Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets

Arkansas Razorbacks Football tickets

Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule in 2014

The Arkansas Razorbacks are ready to rip into some of the best teams in college football as they vie for one of the top spots in the SEC standings. The Razorbacks are coming off a 2013 season in which they struggled to rack up the victories and failed to net a single win in conference play. The Razorbacks play in the SEC, generally accepted as the top football conference in the country on an annual basis. Arkansas fans are hopeful for 2014, though, especially after seeing the Razorbacks in spring action. The team has made it a priority on the defensive side of the ball to force more turnovers, as the team only forced 14 all of last season. An improvement in that area could have the Razorbacks shooting up the standings in no time at all. One thing that is clear after spring ball is that the team has three capable running backs that the Razorbacks will unleash on opponents this season. It's not going to be easy to rise in the ranks of such a difficult conference, but the Razorbacks are ready to give it their all in each and every home game this season.

Arkansas will have to step up their game on October 11th when the Alabama Crimson Tide come to town. The Tide have one of the best programs in college football, and it's never easy to get a win from them. With top head coach Nick Saban leading this team, the Tide reload quickly even when they lost some of the best players to graduation and the National Football League. The Razorbacks will have to execute on offense to penetrate what is normally a stout Alabama defensive unit. A victory against the Tide would be a huge confidence boost for the Razorbacks, and loads of fans will be on hand to see how this game unfolds.

Another tough team coming into Razorback Stadium this season is the LSU Tigers, who will hit the field there on November 15th. The Tigers always have one of the most talented teams in the SEC, and 2014 should be no different. It will be difficult for the Razorbacks to match the Tigers from a talent standpoint, so execution and efficiency will be key in this matchup. This should be one of the best games of the season at Razorback Stadium.


Arkansas Razorbacks Football History

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. SEC powerhouses include the Arkansas Razorbacks, which have been part of the conference since 1992. 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.

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.


Fan Experience

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.


Arkansas Razorbacks Football Trivia

Did you know that the Razorbacks were not the only team in the SEC to lose all of their conference games in 2013?

That's right; the Kentucky Wildcats experienced the same difficulties as the Razorbacks in that department. It really goes to show just how tough the SEC is. The Razorbacks are ready to rebound in 2014.


Arkansas Razorbacks Football Fans

The Arkansas Razorbacks have some of the best fans in college football, and those fans love a good rivalry. The Arkansas Razorbacks have several big rivals in the SEC, including the LSU Tigers. Ever since the Razorbacks' induction into the SEC in 1992, the Razorbacks and Tigers have seen a huge rivalry, and the teams even play each other every year on the day after Thanksgiving in a nationally televised game for the Golden Boot. Arkansas has also seen a big rival in the Texas A&M Aggies, even despite the teams playing in different conferences for a while in the 2000s. The Razorbacks also play the Ole Miss Rebels with regularity, and the SEC rivals bring all kinds of college football fans in the South to the field for some big football action.

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2014 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Season Tickets - Season Package (Includes Tickets for all Home Games) Sep 05, 2014 11:55 PM
Razorback Stadium
Fayetteville, AR
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06 Sep
Nicholls State Colonels at Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets Sep 06, 2014 3:00 PM
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Fayetteville, AR
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20 Sep
Northern Illinois Huskies at Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets Sep 20, 2014 1:00 PM
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Fayetteville, AR
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11 Oct
Alabama Crimson Tide at Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets Oct 11, 2014 1:00 PM
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Fayetteville, AR
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18 Oct
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25 Oct
UAB Blazers at Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets Oct 25, 2014 1:00 PM
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Fayetteville, AR
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15 Nov
LSU Tigers at Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets Nov 15, 2014 1:00 PM
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Fayetteville, AR
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22 Nov
Ole Miss Rebels at Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets Nov 22, 2014 1:00 PM
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Fayetteville, AR
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