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Arkansas Razorbacks
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Established in 1871
Names
Arkansas Razorbacks
Other Nicknames
Hawgs, ARKY, UofA, UARK, UA
Conference
SEC
Location
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Colors
Cardinal and White
Head Coaches
  • E Squared (2018)
  • Ima Hoggany (2019 - Present)
Stadium
Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
National Championships
1964
College Football Playoff Appearances
None
Conference Championships
1936, 1946, 1954, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1975, 1979, 1988, 1989

The University of Arkansas (U of A, UARK, or UA) is a public land-grant, research university in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It is the flagship campus of the University of Arkansas System and the largest, best-known university in the state. Founded as Arkansas Industrial University in 1871, its present name was adopted in 1899 and classes were first held on January 22, 1872. It is noted for its strong architecture, agriculture (particularly animal science and poultry science), business, communication disorders, creative writing, history, law, and Middle Eastern studies programs.

Enrollment for the fall semester of 2017 was 27,558. The university campus consists of 378 buildings spread across 512 acres (2.07 km2) of land in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Some well known architecture on campus includes Old Main, the first permanent academic building erected. Academic programs are in excess of 200. The ratio of students to faculty is approximately 19:1. The university also received a combined total of $103.2 million in research awards for the 2017 fiscal year.

UA's athletic teams, the Arkansas Razorbacks, compete in NCAA Division I as members of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) with eight men's teams and eleven women's teams in thirteen sports. The University is known for its traditions, including Calling the Hogs at sports events, and Senior Walk, 3.5 miles (5.6 km) of campus sidewalk etched with the names of all UA graduates since 1871. The University of Arkansas has a strong Greek life tradition, including the founding chapter of the Chi Omega sorority, and the largest fraternity chapter in North America, Kappa Sigma.

The Arkansas Razorbacks football program represents the University of Arkansas, located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, in the sport of American football. The Razorbacks compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Fake Collegiate Athletic Association (NFCAA) and the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The program has 1 claimed national championship awarded by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and Helms Athletic Foundation (HAF) in 1964, 1 unclaimed national championship awarded by the Foundation for the Analysis of Competitions and Tournaments (FACT) in 1977, 13 conference championships, 45 All-Americans, and an all-time record of 701–475–40. The Razorbacks are the 23rd-ranked team in college football history by total number of wins. Home games are played at locations on or near the two largest campuses of the University of Arkansas System: Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, and War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.

Traditions[edit]

  • Who Let The Hogs Out - Upon hiring Coach Hoggany, the Univeristy of Arkansas was contacted by Jerry Jones alerting them that he had bought the rights to the Baja Men song Who Let The Dogs Out. Jones told the university that if they don't play the new version of the song, Who Let The Hogs Out at least 10 times per game he would sue the university for misuse of his song. Thus began the most important of all of Arkansas' traditions.
  • Tusk - The live mascot that represents the Razorbacks today is no barnyard pig. Tusk IV, the hairy hog that attends all Razorback home football games, is a Russian boar, which closely resembles the wild hogs known as razorbacks native to the Arkansas wilderness. These razorbacks are tough and at times ill-tempered — animals whose fearlessness and doggedness were the inspiration for the Razorback nickname. The tradition of having a live Razorback mascot has been a fan favorite since the university's first hooved beast made its debut in the 1960s.
  • Calling The Hogs - The Hog Call is one of the most recognizable chants in all of sports. Here are the basics:
1. Raise your arms above your head during the The Hog Call, yell "Wooo" and wiggle your fingers for a few seconds.
2. Next, bring both arms straight down with fists clinched while yelling, "Pig."
3. Then extend your right arm with the "Sooie."
4. Repeat these steps two more times and finish by yelling
5. "Razor-Backs" like this: 
   Wooooooooo. Pig. Sooie!
   Wooooooooo. Pig. Sooie!
   Wooooooooo. Pig. Sooie! Razorbacks!
  • Senior Walk - The U of A boasts one of the most unique traditions found on any campus: Senior Walk, consisting of more than 5 miles of sidewalks engraved with the names of more than 175,000 University of Arkansas graduates, dating back to 1876. It's the university's longest tradition, at least in terms of mileage. Senior Walk is concrete proof of the university's commitment to students.
  • Spoofer's Stone - During the early history of the university, male and female students were not allowed to mingle. In those days, students sometimes left love notes tucked into crevices of a limestone rock near Old Main. As time wore on, Spoofer's Stone became a popular site for marriage proposals.

Rivalry Games[edit]

Rivalry Game Opponent Streak Record
Arkansas-Ole Miss Ole Miss Won 1 1-0
Battle for the Golden Boot LSU Lost 1 0-1
Arkansas-Texas Rivalry Texas
The Southwest Classic Texas A&M Lost 1 0-1
Battle Line Rivalry Missouri Won 1 1-0

Coaching History[edit]

E Squared (2018)

  • Coaching Record : 6-7
  • Rivalry Record : 2-2
  • Bowl Record : 0-1

Ima Hoggany (2019-Present)

Ima Hoggany is a rookie coach from Dallas, Texas. He was personally contacted by Jerry Jones to take over Arkansas' vacant head coaching position under the stipulation that Coach Hoggany start John Stephen Jones, Jerry's grandson, in every game. In a later interview Mr. Jones said he heard about Coach Hoggany from his previous position as the waterboy for the Chicago Sky and knew that he would be the perfect man for the job.

Records[edit]

Overall Record: 6-7

Bowl Record: 0-1

Home Record: 4-2

Away Record: 2-4

Consecutive Home Wins: 2

2019 Fake Schedule[edit]

Week Loc Opp Score
1 vs. Texas A&M Aggies
2 vs. Miami Redhawks
3 @ Alabama Crimson Tide
4 vs. Tennessee Volunteers
5 vs. Washington Huskies
6 vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs
7 @ South Alabama Jaguars
8 @ LSU Tigers
9 @ Ole Miss Rebels
10 vs. Auburn Tigers
11 @ Duke Blue Devils
12 @ Missouri Tigers

2018 Fake Schedule[edit]

Week Loc Opp Score
1 vs. South Alabama Jaguars W 40-37
2 vs. BYU Cougars W 42-22
3 @ Mississippi State Bulldogs W 44-19
4 @ Iowa State Cyclones L 17-14
5 vs. Alabama Crimson Tide L 54-51
6 @ Louisville Cardinals L 48-29
7 @ Vanderbilt Commodores W 30-21
8 @ Auburn Tigers L 31-7
9 vs. Ole Miss Rebels W 41-38
10 vs. LSU Tigers L 55-49
11 vs. Texas A&M Aggies L 13-7
12 vs. Missouri Tigers W 31-28
Wrigley Liberty Bowl vs. Kansas State Wildcats L 17-10

Football Roster[edit]

Name Pos
John Stephen Jones QB
Hog Wilde RB
Kyle Jefferson FB
Justa Staar WR
Gosh Willikers WR
Xavier Woods WR
James Jefferson WR
Matt Hardy TE
Ry Back OL
Dang Nabbit OL
Johnny Manziel OL
Keith Bryant OL
James McCardy OL
MC Hammer DL
John Lennon DL
Lil Rock DL
Paul McCartney DL
Damien Froten ROLB
Ringo Starr MLB
Hunter Helmsley LOLB
Telia Smith SS
Sam Samson FS
William Williamson CB
Korgan Bluz CB
Will Smith K
George McDichael P