No fans' pets at Arkansas spring drills

 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Shirts and shoes appear to be optional, but fans attending Arkansas' spring football drills can't bring their pets, use their mobile phones or expect autographs inside the practice area.

Arkansas released its spring practice fan policies on Thursday in advance of the Razorbacks starting workouts next week.

The school reminded fans that outdoor practices are open to the public, but those conducted inside the Walker Pavilion are closed because there's no room for fans.

The school banned lawn chairs because of the terrain. No one can take still or video images of practice, except for media, which can shoot during the first 20 minutes.

Practices are set for 4 p.m. on various days through April 17. The Red-White spring game is scheduled for April 18 at Razorback Stadium.

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