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Razorback Foundation officials participated in job interviews for candidates seeking positions in the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville athletic department and were allowed to provide feedback, according to public records and officials.

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UA, Razorback Foundation line blurry at times

Razorback Foundation officials participated in job interviews for candidates seeking positions in the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville athletic department and were allowed to provide feedback, according to public records and officials.

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The Red Wolves had balance on a football field that had just one end zone.

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