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A digital rendering shows the 2019 field design for Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. (Photo by Arkansas Razorbacks)

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Arkansas unveiled the game-day design for its new grass field at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium on Tuesday.

For the first time the field in Fayetteville will include predominantly-red end zones with the word "Arkansas" on the stadium's north end, and the word "Razorbacks" on the south. The words in each end zone will be painted in a font trademarked by the University of Arkansas in 2014.

The Razorbacks' primary logo will be painted at midfield and extend 20 yards to each 40-yard line. Red and white Southeastern Conference logos will be placed on each 25-yard line.

The sidelines will be painted white between the 25-yard lines, and red from the 25-yard lines through the back of the end zones. The grass will alternate between a lighter and darker shade every five yards, with the exception of between the 45-yard lines.

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