Arkansas Razorbacks Football venues
Arkansas Razorbacks Football tickets
Team: Arkansas Razorbacks
League: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, Southeastern Conference West
Home Games: Frank Broyles Field at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
Manager: Chad Morris
Division Titles: 4
All-Time Greats: Darren McFadden, Brandon Burlsworth, Billy Ray Smith Jr., Clyde Scott
Rivals: Ole Miss, LSU, Texas, Texas A&M, Missouri
Arkansas Razorbacks Football TicketsSince joining the Southwest Conference in 1915, the Arkansas Razorbacks has put together an overall record of 715–504–40. They also have a bowl record of 15–24–3. The team has amassed 24 conference titles and four division titles, too. The Razorbacks call Frank Broyles Field at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium their home venue. The team's biggest rival is Ole Miss. The two teams have played each other off and on throughout the years. Additionally, Arkansas has faced the Rebels far more than any other team. Both players and coaches from the Razorbacks have earned individual awards in addition to 47 former players being named All-Americans. Twenty-four of those All-Americans were voted by consensus. As of 2018, three former players were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and 13 have been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Some of the most notable former players are Darren McFadden, Brandon Burlsworth and Billy Ray Smith Jr. in addition to Clyde Scott. When you want to catch a game, StubHub is your source for Arkansas Razorbacks tickets.
Where do the Arkansas Razorbacks play?Frank Broyles Field at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is the venue where home Arkansas Razorbacks games are played. It has a capacity of 76,212, and it opened on September 24, 1938. Due to its age, it received renovations in 2001 and 2017-2018. It has also undergone several expansions. Before 2001, home games were held at two venues. While the renovations added modern amenities, the renovations also helped ensure all games would be played at one venue.
Who is Arkansas Razorbacks’ head coach?Chad Morris is the head coach for the Arkansas Razorbacks team. Since 2018, he has been guiding the Razorbacks. Previously, he successfully coached high school football where he had a winning record. On December 6, 2017, Morris was hired and given a six-year contract.
Who are some notable players from Arkansas Razorbacks?Some consider Darren McFadden, Brandon Burlsworth and Billy Ray Smith Jr. as well as Clyde Scott to be the Mount Rushmore of former Arkansas Razorbacks players. McFadden was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in 2008. He also played for the Dallas Cowboys. Burlsworth was a walk-on who ended up being an All-American while Scott played in the NFL and earned a medal in the 110-meter hurdles at the Olympics.
How is the tailgating scene at Arkansas Razorbacks games?Tailgating before home Arkansas Razorbacks games is encouraged, so the scene tends to be festive and electric. There are several areas dedicated to tailgating before kickoff, including Victory Village that is located steps from the stadium. Tailgaters have the option to rent a space with a tent. Hanging out at the Village offers additional perks, including catering packages. The Gardens is another great spot for hanging out before the games begin. This area is considered to be the heart of tailgating for this team's home games.
What are the top games this year for Arkansas Razorbacks?Ole Miss is the Arkansas Razorbacks team's biggest rival, so it is one of the top games to watch. This rivalry started 1908 when the two teams first played against each other. LSU, Texas and Texas A&M are also counted within the Razorback's top rivals. In 2019, fans will also have the opportunity to see Auburn, MS State and Western KY stop by Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
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