When Texas A&M made the official move to the SEC last fall, the Aggies knew they would have to adjust the non-conference game with Arkansas, which is now an annual SEC West game.
For the past three seasons, the two have met in Dallas at Cowboys Stadium. For the next two years, however, the game will be held on campus, according to multiple reports out of both College Station and Fayetteville.
Arkansas will visit A&M this season with the Aggies going to Fayetteville in 2013. After that, the game will be relocated back to Dallas to finish up seven years on the contract the two signed when it was a non-conference game.
The move gives A&M six home games this season, and given how quickly things moved with the Aggies’ conference shift, each side has to make sure they’re going to get at least six home games until they can get their non-conference schedule figured out over the next few years.