Fans split on potential forced Arkansas/ASU match up
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) - It may take the act of state lawmakers for Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas State Red Wolves to finally face off on the football field.
"This is about, 'Hey do you want to see these two teams play and do you want to see it benefit a worthy cause?'" said Rep. Andy Mayberry (R-Hensely) who filed the bill with co-sponsor Rep. Harold Copenhaven (D-Jonseboro).The two universities have never played each other in football. That would change under House Bill 2274 which would require the Hogs and Red Wolves to play only once, and for charity."If the people vote that they don't want to see our legislature out here doing that then I will pull the bill," said Mayberry.