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Saturday Arkansas-Auburn Game Moved to 12:05 p.m.; Big Promotions Lined Up For Arkansas-Auburn Series Including Dave Van Horn Bobbleheads

BY ANDRES FOCIL
Saturday Arkansas-Auburn Game Moved to 12:05 p.m.; Big Promotions Lined Up For Arkansas-Auburn Series Including Dave Van Horn Bobbleheads

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. Due to travel issues, the series finale this Saturday, May 20th, between the Auburn Tigers and Arkansas Razorbacks has been changed to 12:05 pm. Prior to the game, the fiveRazorback seniors will be honored on the field. The seniors include Charley Boyce, Chris Hollensworth, Craig Gentry, Devin Collis and Trey Holloway.

The series is set to begin on Thursday at 7:05 pm. The Southeastern Conference is holding all their final series of the regular season Thursday through Saturday to allow for more travel time to Hoover, Alabama for those teams in the SEC Tournament beginning on Wednesday, May 24th.

Promotions for the series include the annual Bobblehead Night and Fireworks Night. This year’s bobblehead is Head Coach Dave Van Horn, sponsored by Pagnozzi Charities. This is the fourth consecutive year a Bobblehead Day has been held with previous bobbleheads of former Razorback Baseball Coach Norm DeBriyn, Director of Athletics Frank Broyles and former Razorback Baseball Player Tom Pagnozzi given away.

Bobblehead Night is Friday, May 19th and the first 1,000 fans through the gates will receive the Dave Van Horn bobblehead. Following the Friday game, the 10th annual Fireworks Night will be held, courtesy of the Razorback Baseball Radio Network. First pitch is 7:05 pm.

On Thursday night, the first 1,000 fans will receive a free Razorback Baseball Cell Phone Station courtesy of Dasani Water. Frist pitch is 7:05 pm. The first 1,000 fans attending the Sunday game will receive a Razorback Baseball lapel pin courtesy of Taco Bell.

Gates for all game open twohours before game time.

All games can be heard on the Razorback Baseball Radio Network with Chuck Barrett and Rick Schaeffer calling all the action. Friday’s baseball game can also be heard on KKEG 92.1 FM in Northwest Arkansas in addition to Springdale/Rogers affiliate KURM 790 and flagship station KFAY 1030 AM in Fayetteville. In addition, all games can also be heard on Cox Communications channel 76.

All three games of the series will be broadcast live with audio and video on RazorZone at www.hogwired.com.

For tickets, call the Razorback Ticket Center at 1-800-982-HOGS or log on to www.hogwired.com.



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