LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Twice a year, the Razorbacks play at War Memorial Stadium. But some are concerned that their tradition could be lost in a few short years.
"I don't know after 2016 if it's advantageous for them to play in Little Rock more than one game," said Jim Harris, Sporting Life Arkansas Writer.
The team's contract with the stadium ends in 2016.
Cabot resident Cindy Jackson has been attending the Little Rock games for 10 years.
"These games here, to me are better than the ones that are in Fayetteville," Jackson said.
"I think if you're looking for a winner, it would be the UA obviously the students having all of the home games on campus, the university not losing money by playing in a much smaller stadium," Harris said.
The issue is that it's costly for the team to travel from Fayetteville to Little Rock and there are just more seats to sell in Fayetteville's stadium.