2014 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule
Just one look at the schedule and you'll see plenty of amazing games
that you know you want to be a part of, as the Razorbacks have another talented team that is going to take aim at all the
other top teams in the SEC in another heart-pounding season of college football. Put down the remote and head out to see an
amazing matchup absolutely filled to the brim with electrifying athletes that can turn a game on a dime, giving you plenty
of thrills in the process as the Razorbacks look to give their fans another memorable season of action. After putting together
some exciting wins in 2013, the Razorbacks know they can do even better no matter how stiff the competition, providing plenty
of incentive to head out and see if they have what it takes this season.
Of course, it doesn't hurt that Donald W. Reynolds
Razorback Stadium is the perfect place to see a big game, as you can join as many as 78,000 fans for the most exciting matchups
of the season. Come out and see all of the bone-jarring hits, spectacular catches and highlight-reel runs that will have you
jumping out of your seat in no time. Against teams like UAB (Oct. 25), LSU (Nov. 15) and Ole Miss (Nov. 22), you can count
on there being an amazing atmosphere at every turn, making it always a good idea to snag your favorite team gear and see the
action up close and personal.
The road matchups also will have plenty of intensity, and every fan needs to experience
their favorite team away from home sooner or later. Away from home, the Razorbacks will take on Mississippi State (Nov. 1)
and Missouri (Nov. 28) coming down the home stretch of the season, and you can bet that there will be plenty of Razorbacks
backers as this team looks to make their move. Either way, the schedule has plenty of options for fans this season, and it
won't take you long to see what Arkansas Razorbacks' football is all about.
Arkansas Razorbacks Football Team
Prior to their involvement in the SEC, the Razorbacks were part of the original Southwest Conference in 1915,
and Arkansas joined the SEC in 1992. When it comes to NCAA football, you might instantly think of the Southeastern Conference
as the quintessential college football conference. The SEC is one of the most dominant conferences in college football, boasting
some of the hottest teams in the league with several players going onto NFL stardom after their days playing for these teams.
The Razorbacks' primary stadium the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium seats 80,000 at capacity, which should say a little
something about how many football fans head to the stadium for Arkansas home games. Put it all together and it's always a
great time to be a Razorbacks fan, as the 'Backs tend to create quite a stir around Fayetteville for a reason.
Heading out to see a college football game in person is always a thrilling experience, especially
when it features a top program like the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Razorbacks always have one of the most talented teams in
the country, and that makes for some exciting football action for the fans to enjoy. Join the hordes of fans to pack into
the stands at an Arkansas home game this season and see why so many people love to get out to the game in person. This is
a sport that gets taken to a completely different level when you get a chance to see your favorite team take to the field
against another prominent foe, as the atmosphere will speak for itself and you'll soon be glued to the edge of your seat.
Arkansas Razorbacks Football History
The Arkansas Razorbacks are no stranger to conference championships and
bowl games, as the dominant team has been a big competitor in postseason action over the last several decades. The Razorbacks
have 13 conference titles to date, with all of them in the Southwest Conference and mostly while under the leadership of head
coach Frank Broyles, with conference wins in 1936, 1946, 1954, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1975, 1979, 1988 and 1989.
Broyles was also the Arkansas head coach when the Razorbacks won the national title in 1964, beating Nebraska 10-7 in the
Cotton Bowl Classic. The Razorbacks have yet to win a SEC title, although they are a constant threat in whatever bowl game
they end up in at the end of the season.
The Arkansas Razorbacks haven't seen any Heisman Trophy winners through the
ranks of the team thus far, but that doesn't mean they haven't produced some solid players over the last several decades.
Former Arkansas players and coaches to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame to date include Billy Joe Moody,
Lou Holtz, Wayne Harris, Billy Ray Smith Jr., Chuck Dicus, Bowden Wyatt, Lloyd Phillips, Lance Alworth, Frank Broyles, Francis
Schmidt, Clyde Scott, Wear Schoonover and Hugo Bezdek. Dan Hampton and Lance Alworth have also been inducted into the Pro
Football Hall of Fame. All in all, this is a special program that continues to compete in arguably the toughest conference
in football, helping make game day a special thing around Little Rock as the Razorbacks look to build a title contender.
Arkansas Razorbacks Football Trivia
A Razorback won the Doak Walker Award for best running back in the nation
on two different occasions. Can you name the player?
The answer is Darren McFadden, as Run DMC dominated SEC defenses
so badly in both 2006 and 2007 that he was given the award.
Arkansas Razorbacks Football Fans
Razorbacks have some of the best fans in college football, and those fans love a good rivalry, which brings the best out of
them every time they 'Backs hit the gridiron against a prominent SEC foe. Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is sure to
be absolutely loaded with great fans who are not exactly shy about showing the Arkansas football love, helping to create an
electrifying experience that is impossible to recreate. As the Razorbacks look to elevate their program in a big way and keep
fans glued to the gridiron, the season is going to have no shortage of intense moments you know you'll want to be a part of.