Arkansas Razorbacks Knoxville Tickets
The Arkansas Razorbacks football team plays in the Southeastern Conference, where they are members of the Western Conference along with six other teams. The team played its first season in 1894 and was called the Arkansas Cardinals then. Following their undefeated season in 1909, with seven wins, the team changed its name to the Razorbacks. The team plays its home games at two stadiums, the War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock and the Donald W. Reynolds Stadium in Fayetteville. The Razorbacks wear the colors cardinal red and white, and are nicknamed the Hogs. Get Arkansas Razorbacks Knoxville tickets and watch the team play at the Neyland Stadium in Tennessee.
The Arkansas Razorbacks have won thirteen conference championships and amassed more than six hundred and seventy wins since they began playing. Their wins have come at an average of almost sixty percent. Their post season bowl record shows thirteen wins and three drawn results from the 39 games they have participated in. The football program has produced 45 All Americans as well. Get Arkansas Razorbacks Knoxville tickets and watch the team play for a win on the road against the Tennessee Volunteers.
Offense is the Best Defense
The Arkansas Razorbacks have created a solid launching point for themselves for their 2015 season, after they ended 2014 with seven wins and six losses. Their head coach Bret Bielema, who is in his third year with the team, vehemently believes in having a strong offense. To that effect he has collected a fierce offensive lineup that includes ten players, who average three hundred and nineteen pounds. Their defensive lineup seems to have pulled together after they conceded only 28 points in the last four game towards the end of the 2014 season.
The Arkansas Razorbacks will be a legitimate threat in 2015 after they were described as the ‘team you didn’t want to play’ in their 2014 campaign. They held Louisiana State and Ole Miss scoreless and had convincing victories over Nicholls State (73 -7) and the Texas Longhorns (31 -7). The win over the Longhorns also placed them as the winner of the Texas Bowl.