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UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS NONCONFERENCE FOOTBALL GAME AGREEMENT THIS FOOTBALL GAME AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) is entered into by and between the BOARD OF ‘TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, ACTING FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, FAYETTEVILLE’'S ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT (“ARKANSAS" or “HOME TEAM"), and the UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI ("CINCINNATT” of “VISITING TEAM”), whose Athletic Department is located at 2751 O'Varsity Way Cincinnati, OH 45221 (each a “Party” and, collectively, “the Parties"). The effective date of the Agreement shall be the date of execution by all Parties. WITNESSETH Tn consideration of the mutual promises and covenants contained herein and other good and valuable consideration, the parties, intending to be legally bound, agree as follows 1. GAME TO BEPLAYED. The Parties mutually agree to cause their respective varsity football teams o compete in one (1) intercollegiate football game in Fayetteville, Arkansas on the 3rd of September 2022 (°Game"). ARKANSAS is the HOME TEAM and CINCINNATT is the VISITING TEAM. ‘The time of the Game will be designated by the HOME TEAM ata later time, 2. ELIGIBILITY OF TEAM MEMBERS. The eligibility ofall players to panicipate in the Game shall bbe governed by the niles and regulations of each Party's respective conference and the NCAA. 3. TICKET PRICES. Ticket prices shall be set by the HOME TEAM in its sole discretion. 4, PAYMENT-TO VISITING TEAM. ‘The HOME TEAM agrees lo pay the VISITING TEAM, as full and complete compensation for its participation in the Game, the fixed sum of One Million Five Hundred Thousand anxd No/100 Dollars ($1,500,000). Complete settlement shall be made within ninety (90) calendar days following date of the Game. e MPLIMENTARY_TICKI ‘The HOME complimentary tickets to the VISITING TEAM for the Game. EAM shall provide Four Hundred (400) 6. CHEERLEADERS AND MASCOT. The cheerleaders and mascot of each team shall be admitted to the stadium free of charge provided they are in uniform and their attendance shall not be included in the Game report, unless otherwise agreed upon by both institutions. 7. GAME WORKERS. All Game workers shall be admitted free of charge and such admissions shall not be regarded as complimentary under Section 5. Game workers shall be defined as those who have a specific and necessary duty to perforin at the Game and who do tiot accupy saleable seats. The HOME TEAM shall have the sole authority to designate any such Game workers 8. SIDELINE PASSES. The VISITING TEAM shall be allotted a maximum of sixty (60) sidetine passes for the use of coaches, trainers and working personnel only. These passes shall be in addition to the complimentary tickets, the tickets provided for sale, Game admission for cheerleaders and mascot and admission for Game workers. Sideline passes must be worn at all times by all personne! with the exception of varsity players in uniform. All VISITING TEAM sideline passes will be restricted to the VISITING TEAM area (between the 25-yard lines) 9. VISITNG TEAM. . In addition to the Four Hundred (400) complimentary tickets set forth in Section 5, the VISITING TEAM shall be allotted a total of 4,000 tickets for sale (0 its followers fans (which includes tickets for the VISITING TEAM'S band should such a band travel to the football game), Any inerease in the tickets allotted to the VISITING TEAM shall be by written agreement of the Parties’ Directors of Attileties, 10. UNSOLD.TICKETS. Any tickets, with exception of a maximum One Hundred (100) tickets, which have been delivered to the VISITING TEAM but have not been sold shall be retumed to the HOME TEAM no later than thisty (30) days prior to the Game. After Wednesday of Game week, the VISITING TEAM will be allowed to return the One Hundred (100) tickets to the HOME TEAM if such tickets are retumed prior to the beginning of halftime on Game day. The HOME TEAM shall not isue any crit to VISITING TEAM for tickets returned afier the beginning of halftime at the Game. ‘The VISITING TEAM shall furnish the HOME TEAM with a ticket report within Ten (10) calendar days after the Game has been played, Retained proceeds shall be charged against the Game seitlement 11. RADIO, TELEVISION AND OTHER BROADCAST RIGHTS. See EXHIBIT A attached hereto for the terms pertaining to Radio, Television and Other Broadcast Rights. 12, GAME EXPENSES. The HOME TEAM shall manage the Game and shall be responsible for nging and conducting the ticket sales, advertising and other detai jated with the Game and shall pay all expenses associnied with the Game, excep! the expenses of the VISITING TEAM. 13, GAME OFFICIALS. ‘The officials for the Game shall be a crew assigned by the HOME ‘conference, The HOME TEAM shall be responsible forthe officiting crew's compensation. EAM'S 14, CONCESSIONS, PARKING, & PROGRAM INCOME. The HOME TEAM shall have the «exclusive right to sell programs and operate concessions and parking at and for the Game. All income from program sales, concession sales, and parking fees shall be the sole property of the HOME TEAM. 15, PROGRAMS. The HOME TEAM shall provide the VISITING TEAM with Fifty (50) free Game programs to be delivered to the VISITING TEAM'S dressing room atleast One (1) hour before Gane time. 16. EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE. The HOME TEAM shall have a medical doctor and an ambulance at the Game site throughout the Game. 17, SPONSORS. The VISITING TEAMS recognize that the HOME TEAMS have or may have at the time of the Game exclusive agreements with certain corporate sponsors that may prevent the VISITING TEAM from bringing certain products or items into the HOME TEAM'S football stadium, The VISITING ‘TEAM agrees to consult with the HOME TEAM before the Game to ensure that the VISITING TEAM does not bring products oF items into the HOME TEAM’S football stadium that violate the HOME TEAM'S corporate sponsorship agreements, 18. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES. [tis agreed by both Parties that in the event of breach by either Party, actual damages would be of an uncertain amount and, in view of that fact the breaching party shall pay the non-breaching party the sum of One Million Five Hundred Thousand and No‘100 Dollars (81,500,000) as reasonable and contemplated liquidated damages 19. FORCE MAJEURE Neither Party shall be considered to have breached this Agreement for cancelling the Game at any time on any of the following grounds: (a) an act of God, fire, flood, hurricane, tornado, earthquake, war, invasion, hostilities, terrorism, civil unrest, rebellion, insurrection, court order, confiscation by order of the government, military or public aulhorty or prohibitory or governmental authority; (b) the discontinuance of the NCAA in its current form such that the Parties are either no longer members of the same athletic association or no longer members ofthe same division of s common athletic association; (©) the Party becomes obligated, as a condition of athletic conference membership or affiliation (For football), to play @ greater number of regular season football games against conference-designated ‘opponents than it is currently obligated to play against conference-dlesignated opponents in the regular season of the cancelled Game; or (dl) any other events beyond the reasonable control of the Parties, including that of the Southeastem Conference, -American Athletic Conference, or the National Collegiate Athletic Association, making it impossible to play the Game. Notice of such grounds shall be given to the other Party 4s soon as possible. If possible, the Game canceled under this provision shall be rescheduled at the earliest date available to both Parties consistent with the terms and conditions of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, the same payment terms, unless otherwise agreed to by the Parties x NO PAYMENTS FOR APPEARANCE OR SPEAKER FEES. It is agreed that no fee shall be paid diteclly or indirectly to any officer or employee of either team or institution by the other institution or sponsor of the Game (event) as wages, compensation, or gifts in exchange for acting as officer, agent employee, subcontractor or consultant to the opposing team or as an appearance fee, speaker fee or otherwise in connection with this Agreement. 21. COMPLIANCE WITH LAW. To the extent required by applicable law, the Parties agree to comply with Title VI and VIT of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Executive Order 11,246, the American with Disabilities Act ‘of 1990 and the related regulations to each, ‘Each Party assures that it will not discriminate against any individual including, but not limited to employees or applicants for employment andior students because of sace, religion, creed, color, sex, age, disability or national origin. Nothing contained in this provision or this Agreement, however, shall be deemed, construed or interpreted as a waiver of any immunities to suit available to cither Party of either Party's respective governing bodies, trustees, governors, officials, representatives or employees. 22, NEORCEABILITY. If any provision of this Agreement or any application thereof shall be

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