Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets
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Arkansas Razorbacks Football Ticket Information
Arkansas Razorbacks Football began playing their first season in 1894 and were originally known as the Arkansas Cardinals. The team became the Arkansas Razorbacks in 1909. Arkansas is ranked the 23rd most successful team in all of college football based on their 676 all-time wins. Arkansas Football has a National Championship in 1964 and 13 Conference titles. Arkansas football ascended to new levels under College Football Hall of Fame member Frank Broyles. Broyles coach of the 1964 National Champion Razorbacks, also served the University as Athletic Director for 33 years. Broyles was a visionary by uniting the entire state of Arkansas behind the Razorbacks having ensured they did not play any other in-state schools. The failure to play other in-state schools for non-conference games has been debated recently. Another hot topic surrounding Arkansas Football is that the Razorbacks play home games in both at Frank Broyles Field Reynolds Stadium in Fayetteville and War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. Arkansas Football is truly unique whether they play in Fayetteville or Little Rock. Experience the “Call of the Hogs” and get your Arkansas Razorback football tickets today.
Arkansas Razorbacks 2016 Football Preview
The Arkansas Razorbacks took a nice step up in 2015 finishing 3rd in the SEC West with a 7-5 overall record. They closed out the season defeating the Kansas State Wildcats 45-23 in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl. The high point of last season came when the Razorbacks dramatically defeated the Ole Miss Rebels 53-52 by a two point conversion in overtime in early November. The following week the Arkansas football team captured another win against the LSU Tigers 31-14, then suffered a heartbreaking 51-50 loss to Mississippi State. The hogs finished their final regular season game against the Missouri Tigers winning 28-3. Throughout the season, Arkansas held its own against top SEC competition. They had several close games and two overtime wins against Auburn and Ole Miss. Arkansas ranked 6th in the SEC by ESPN on National Signing Day with 20 commits and 4 ESPN 300. The Razorbacks struggled on the defensive front in 2015, but they have improved every season so far under Coach Bielema. A pattern, we hope continues in the 2016 season.
This year, the Red-White Spring football showcase is scheduled for April 23rd. The 2016 season kicks off against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs on September 3rd. Arkansas’ home schedule will prove difficult, hosting the Texas State Bobcats, Alabama Crimson Tide, Ole Miss Rebels, Florida Gators, and LSU Tigers at D.W.R. Razorback Stadium. They will host the Alcorn State Braves on October 1st in War Memorial in Little Rock. The Razorbacks will face a tough road schedule also, traveling to meet the TCU Horned Frogs, Texas A&M Aggies, Auburn Tigers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, and Missouri Tigers.
Arkansas Razorback Football- Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
Address: N Stadium Dr and W Maple St. Fayetteville, AR 72701
Field: Artificial, Sport Exe PowerBlade HP
Arkansas Razorback football plays the majority of their home games at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium on the campus of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Opening in 1938 the stadium was known as University Stadium followed by Bailey Stadium prior to assuming its present name. The playing field is named Frank Broyles Field in honor of legendary Head Coach and Athletic Director Frank Broyles. With a current capacity in excess of 72,000 and ability to expand to over 80,000, Razorback Stadium is a tough place to place for opponents. Imagine nearly 80,000 Razorback supporters performing the “Call of the Hogs” Wooooo Pig Sooie Razorbacks!
Arkansas Razorback Football- War Memorial Stadium
Address: 1 Stadium Dr Little Rock, AR 72205
Field: Artificial, Field Turf
Arkansas Razorback football plays some of their home games at historic War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Arkansas. War Memorial Stadium opened in 1948 with a capacity of 31,000. Following its most recent renovation in 2010, it is able to hold nearly 54,000 fans for Razorback football. Many memorable games have occurred at War Memorial including the “Miracle on Markham” in the 2002 season when Quarterback Matt Jones’s last second touchdown pass sent the Razorbacks to the SEC Championship defeating the LSU Tigers.
Arkansas Razorbacks Rivals:
Recently known as the Battle for the Golden Boot, with a golden trophy representing the states of Arkansas and Louisiana, this border war has featured exciting games in recent history. The team’s first meeting was held in 1901 and played 61 times with LSU holding a 37-22-2 advantage. The game historically has been played on the Friday following Thanksgiving; however, in 2014 the Razorbacks and Tigers game has moved back to allow for both teams to end their seasons with closer teams.
The battle and rivalry between the Arkansas Razorbacks and Texas A&M Aggies has become known as the “The Southwest Classic”. Their first meeting occurred in 1903. These rivals have played 72 times with Arkansas leading the series 41-28-3. The rivalry between these two foes and former Southwest Conference members return to play at the AT&T Stadium, formerly Cowboys Stadium, in Arlington, TX, this season.
Arkansas Razorbacks vs Texas Longhorns
Razorbacks and Longhorns battled 77 times during their storied rivalry. Many Razorback faithful see the Longhorn as their biggest rival. Unfortunately, with the demise of the old Southwest Conference the teams have not scheduled one another. Texas leads the overall series 56-21.
Arkansas Football Tailgating
The University of Arkansas located in Fayetteville in the Boston Mountains deep within the Ozarks provides a picturesque background to any Saturday football experience. The most unique Razorback football tailgating experience is located in the Gazebo in the Gardens and in Victory Village.
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