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Arkansas Razorbacks
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Established in 1871
Names
  • Arkansas Razorbacks (2017-present)
Other Nicknames
Hawgs, ARKY
Conference
SEC
Location
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Color
Cardinal
Head Coaches
Stadium
  • Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium (2017-present)
CFP National Championships
1964
Conference Championships
SWC: 1936, 1946, 1954, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1975, 1979, 1988, 1989

The University of Arkansas, aka ARKY, has been a part of the NFCAA since close to the beginning. While not a charter member per say, they certainly made a fast impact. They were even ranked #2 in the preseason poll. ARKY quickly developed a braggadocios nature after this, claiming to be the best for a reason, and never really backing up what he said. He managed to escape from his first game with a win in double OT, which made his ego skyrocket. Being the first game done, he had more time to brag about his achievements.

This led to his first real rivalry with Pitt, even though they would never play a game. The 2 teams developed a rivalry very fast, dubbing their budding rivalry the Rumble in The Jungle 2.0. This rivalry eventually cooled off a small bit, allowing ARKY to move onto other things, such as reffing 2 games, Texas vs Wisconsin and UMass vs Hawaii, leading to him becoming head coach of UMass for a short time.

The second rivalry came when he coached the Florida coach to victory over South Carolina. The South Carolina coach now hates him, and a new rivalry was born.

Sadly, ARKY had to leave suddenly due to outside reasons. He left for a month, missing out on many events. But the Phoenix always rises from the flame. Now ARKY is back with a vengeance. Who can stop ARKY? My guess? No one.

Traditions[edit]

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Rivalry Games[edit]

Logo History[edit]

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Records[edit]

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Football Roster[edit]

QB: Ryan Nassib

RB: Hog Wilde

FB: Kyle Jefferson

WR 1: Justa Staar

WR 2: Gosh Willikers

WR 3: Xavier Woods

WR 4: James Jefferson

TE: Matt Hardy

OL 1: Ry Back

OL 2: Dang Nabbit

OL 3: Johnny Manziel

OL 4: Keith Bryant

OL 5: James McCardy


DL: MC Hammer

DL: John Lennon

DL: Lil Rock

DL: Paul McCartney

ROLB: Damien Froten

MLB: Ringo Starr

LOLB: Hunter Helmsley

SS: Telia Smith

FS: Sam Samson

CB: William Williamson

CB: Korgan Bluz


K: Will Smith

P: George McDicheal