The Razorbacks are consistently ranked in the top 25 in the nation and are always a contender for SEC honors and a good bowl bid. Arkansas first wielded a football team in 1894, and have won over 12 conference titles and 1 national championship. Some of the great players to play at Arkansas include Fred Williams, Pat Summerall, Steve Atwater, and Darren McFadden. Football at the University of Arkansas is a way of life, and they know how to show it in the Natural State. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Arkansas Razorbacks football tickets.
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2017 Arkansas Season Preview
The Arkansas Razorbacks had a disappointing 2015 season with 7 wins and 5 losses in the regular season, but the Razorbacks were able to end on a high note winning the Liberty Bowl against Kansas State. Arkansas offense will be led by junior quarterback Austin Allen, who will be assisted by seniors Kody Walker, running back, and Keon Hatcher, wide receiver. As for the defense, most will be filled by young players as only two upperclassmen will fill positions. The Razorbacks will be playing rival team Texas A&M on September 24th, and hoping to take the win after losing to the Aggies in 2014 and 2015. For Arkansas to advance as an SEC title contender, they will need to prepare for the four-game streak in the 2016 schedule against SEC opponents: Ole Miss Rebels, Auburn Tigers, Florida Gators and the LSU Tigers. The 2016 season will be an exciting for the hometown fans as they have a strong home game schedule in Fayetteville that will be highly anticipated games for the Razorbacks.
Arkansas Razorbacks Football at Razorback Stadium Address: 350 N Razorback Rd, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 72701
The Razorbacks play their home games at one of two stadiums, either Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas or at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. Razorback Stadium holds a capacity crowd of 72,000 fans and is a wonderful place to experience a college football game. Visit the Hall of Champions when you attend a Razorback game, and you'll get to see all of Arkansas' rich athletic history. The Arkansas Razorbacks home bench is on the Razorback Stadium sideline with sections 101-107 and the War Memorial Stadium sideline with sections 23-29. Razorback and War Memorial Stadium parking information is covered in our Razorbacks event guide.
Arkansas Razorbacks Football at War Memorial Stadium Address: 1 Stadium Dr, Little Rock, Arkansas, 72205
The Battle for the Golden Boot, this big-time SEC rivalry was first played in 1901 and awards the winner a, you guessed it, Golden Boot Trophy. The “Ice Bowl” was the 1947 Cotton Bowl game between the two schools that ended with a 0-0 tie, mostly due to the terrible winter weather. No matter what it’s like outside, LSU vs. Arkansas is always an amazing game for fans of both sides.
They’ve played against each other twice in the Sugar Bowl and played in a record 7-overtime game in 2001, and that’s just part of the great rivalry between the Razorback and the Rebels. While Arkansas has the upper hand all-time and at one point they stole Ole Miss’s head coach, the Rebels are looking to get back at the state to the north very soon.
Dating back to the days of the Southwest Conference, A&M’s move to the SEC helped renew the rivalry that dates back to 1903. Now called the “Southwest Classic,” the game will be played in Cowboys Stadium in Arlington for the forseeable future.
Arkansas Razorbacks in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and SEC Championship
The “Hogs” one National Championship appearance came in 1964 under Coach Frank Broyles; they won the game 10-7 over Nebraska. Despite the drought in National Championships, the Arkansas Razorbacks have been quite consistent in their ability to reach bowl games, playing in 10 bowl games within the past 15 years including the Sugar Bowl in 2010. Arkansas has appeared in three SEC Championship Games but has yet to register a win once getting there.
2015 Arkansas Football Preview
The Arkansas Razorbacks were one of the youngest teams in the SEC last season, and despite losing 6 games, were one of the most dangerous units in the conference. 4 of the Razorbacks 6 losses were by one touchdown or less, giving Arkansas the hope that they can take the next step in 2015. The Arkansas Razorbacks 2015 team will be headlined by senior quarterback Brandon Allen. Allen may be the most consistent quarterback in the SEC, and should be one of the best quarterbacks in the conference. He will have plenty of help from the Hogs running back duo of Jonathan Williams, and Alex Collins, who operate behind possibly the nation’s best offensive line. The Razorbacks will also have a stout defensive line, that gave teams fits last year, clogging up the middle. While Arkansas may not be at the front of the SEC title conversations coming into 2015, they have the talent and experience to beat every team in the conference and should be confident coming into the season. Look for Arkansas to finish in the top 3 in a crowded SEC West division. Top games on the Arkansas Razorbacks 2015 schedule include Texas A&M, Auburn, and Mississippi State at home, and at Alabama, and at LSU.
2014 Arkansas Football Preview
To say that the 2013 season was not the best start for Brett Bielema’s tenure in Fayetteville would be an understatement. The Razorbacks lost 9 consecutive games to end the season, and finished without a victory in the SEC. But the Hogs have much to look forward to, with 4 of their 5 starters on the offensive line returning for the 2014 season. This added experience up front when combined with the young, but ultra-talented combination of running backs in Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins, could prove to be a coming out party for Bielema’s traditionally run heavy offense. The Hogs will be tested from the start, opening the season against the defending SEC champion Auburn Tigers. But with home games against Georgia, LSU, and Ole Miss, Arkansas might end up being the surprise of the SEC West.
2013 Arkansas Football Preview
A new era has begun in Arkansas as Bret Bielema has taken over the reigns for the Razorbacks after leading the Wisconsin Badgers for the previous seven seasons. The former Big 10 Coach of the Year will look to build off the success at his former job in the toughest conference in college football. Bielema will bring the physical style that made the Badgers a consistent winner to the Razorbacks in hopes to make Arkansas a relevant force in the SEC.
The Razorbacks will look to control the running game, which should allow 5-star recruit Alex Collins to make an immediate impact in his freshman season. Arkansas will also look to senior wide receiver Demetrius Wilson to step up this season to fill the void left by Cobi Hamilton. The duo of Chris Smith and Trey Flowers should provide plenty of pressure on opposing quarterbacks. Arkansas’ exciting home contests will include Texas A&M, South Carolina, and Auburn.
2011 Arkansas Football Preview
Even though the Razorbacks have a daunting challenge in clawing their way through an SEC West division that has rostered the last three BCS National Champions, they aren’t worried about it. Head Coach Bobby Petrino has made recruiting strides that make Arkansas one of the top contenders to join that elite group up top.
Even with its quarterback from last year playing in the NFL, the Razorbacks shouldn’t miss a beat. Ryan Mallet is giving way to junior Tyler Wilson, who actually redshirted and was in Fayetteville before Mallet arrived. His experience and system familiarity will definitely help junior running back Knile Davis, who led the SEC with 1,322 rushing yards last season. He will team up with fellow junior Ronnie Wingo to field one of the most fearsome offenses in the SEC.
Defensively, the strength for the ‘Backs is up front and outside. Defensive ends senior Jake Bequette and junior Tank Wright will anchor a line that has serious depth. Senior safety Tramain Thomas led the team in picks last year, and he’ll return to combine with a group that includes sophomore Darrell Smith and strong safeties, senior Elton Ford and sophomore Eric Bennett to form one of the most intimidating secondaries in the nation.
2010 Arkansas Football Preview
After a sub-par first season as Arkansas' coach, Bobby Petrino rebounded nicely last year by leading the Razorbacks to an 8-5 record, and a win over East Carolina in the Liberty Bowl. Expectations are high for the third-year coach, and many are picking his team to contend for the SEC West crown.
Arkansas had the most prolific offense in the SEC last season, racking up an impressive 36 points per game, good enough for ninth in the nation. Petrino should have an equally explosive squad as potential Heisman Trophy candidate, quarterback Ryan Mallett returns for his junior season. Mallett is considered by many to be the top quarterback in the conference, and has a talented receiving corp led by juniors Greg Childs and Joe Adams.
Although the offense was top-notch in 2009, the defense was less so, as the Razorbacks finished last in the conference in total defense. Despite the less-than-impressive numbers, Arkansas returns significant chunks for that squad, including senior safety Rudell Crim and half of the defensive line.
If the Razorbacks match their penchant for takeaways (+15 turnover margin a year ago), the defense should be enough to take this team farther than last year, because the high-powered offense will certainly provide enough scoring.
2009 Arkansas Football Preview
The 2009 Arkansas Razorbacks should be a team to contend with in the SEC. Arkansas will be in year two under Head Coach Bobby Petrino, who has now finally had a complete year to work with his team. The other big addition to the Pigs will be Michigan transfer quarterback Ryan Mallett. Mallett is a tall, strong armed QB who should help move the Razorbacks offense up and down the field. The 2009 Razorbacks might look a little different than their more run-based teams of the past few years, but should be just as dangerous to opponents.
2008 Arkansas Football Preview
The Arkansas Razorbacks football program is one of the most exciting and storied programs in college football. The team has had an incredible season of ups and down in 2007 with never a boring moment. With a new coach in Bobby Petrino to replace the embattled yet highly respected Houston Nutt, the team will look to put any controversy behind it and focus on playing football in what is probably the toughest conference in the country, the Southeastern Conference (SEC). Razorback Stadium, and War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, will be rocking with Arkansas fans this coming season as they cheer on a unified Razorback team to conference glory and a bowl appearance.
The 2008 Arkansas Razorbacks are a brand new team this year, losing several key offensive players from last year's roster. The Razorbacks also lost their head coach, Houston Nutt, who was replaced by Bobby Petrino. Coach Petrino's inaugural season will give him the opportunity to shape an entirely fresh football team, building them as he warms to the program.
The schedule for Arkansas in 2008 is a difficult one, as the Razorbacks will play eight teams that played in bowl games in the 2007 season. Because many of the players that comprised Arkansas' all-star running game last season are gone, Petrino and the boys will have to rely on more passing to keep their offense effective. Watch out for Casey Dick and Jonathan Luigs, veterans who are bound to make some hair-singing plays this season. Get out and see a Razorbacks game this year and give the boys the boost they need to be champions!
Arkansas Razorbacks News - 1/25/2017
The Arkansas Razorbacks competed in the 2016 Belk Bowl against Virginia Tech, where the Razorbacks lost the game with a final score of 35-24. The Razorbacks ended the 2016 college football season with the fifth place spot in the SEC West standings with a 3-5 conference record.