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Schedule policies set for Sunday’s Georgia game

BY ANDRES FOCIL
Schedule policies set for Sunday’s Georgia game

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. –-This weekend has been designated “Celebration of a Championship” weekend in which the 1994 national championship men’s basketball team is being honored for the first time since winning the NCAA crown.

On Sunday, the Razorbacks play host to Georgia at 3:05 p.m. in a game televised by Raycom Sports.

Doors to the arena open at noon, and from noon-2 p.m., student-athletes and coaches from the 1994 team are going to be available to sign autographs around the concourse of the building. From 12:30-2 p.m., a complete replay of the championship game is going to play on the video board inside the arena and on monitors throughout the concourse.

Hog Heaven, located at Bud Walton Arena, will be open at 9 a.m. on Sunday and selling 1994-specific items for the autograph session.

Anyone wanting autographs must have a game ticket to enter the arena. Once inside the arena, fans will not be permitted to leave the building and re-enter for the game.

Each fan is allowed to have a maximum of two items autographed.

The first 10,000 fans through the doors receive a commemorative poster. If fans choose to get the commemorative poster autographed, it counts as one of the two items per person allowed to have signed.

As a reminder, Bud Walton Arena policy prohibits large bags or backpacks inside the facility.

Following the autograph sessions, the 1994 team will be recognized on the court during halftime.



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