Arkansas Razorbacks Football
No school in the Southeastern Conference has won more national championships in all sports than the Arkansas Razorbacks. In fact, only 4 schools in the nation have won more national titles than the Razorbacks.
The Arkansas football program has won nine SWC titles, three SEC Western Division titles, and one national football championship in 1964.
The official home of the Arkansas Razorbacks football team is ArkansasRazorbacks.com.
The Arkansas Razorbacks head football coach is Bret Bielema.
The University of Arkansas is a public land grant university that was founded in 1871. The University of Arkansas has an enrollment of 18,647 students. The University of Arkansas Academic website can be found online at uark.edu.
The Arkansas Game Day Fan Guide has an informative collection of Arkansas Football Information featuring traffic tips and directions, Razorback Football Stadium parking information, Razorbacks Gameday activities, and University of Arkansas traffic maps for football, basketball, and baseball games.
The Arkansas Razorbacks home football stadium, Reynolds Razorback Stadium, opened in 1938 with a game between Oklahoma State and Arkansas. The stadium has since grown to an official capacity 72,000. The Razorbacks also play two home games a year at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
There are many daily updated and in-depth fan sites and blogs covering the University of Arkansas Razorbacks Football Team. The most widely visited Arkansas Football websites are:
Whole Hog Sports…Arkansas Razorbacks news, stats, and blogs.
The Blog Hogs…For all Arkansas Razorback Fans.
Arkansas Expats…Calling the Hogs from points way yonder.
Hogville.net…Hog Fan Headquarters.
RazorBloggers…Blogging the Hogs.
Hawg Sports…Member of the Rivals.com network.
Hawgs Illustrated…Member of the Scout.com network.
Hog Call…University of Arkansas Sports fan site.
Many Arkansas Newspapers cover Razorbacks Football on a daily basis. A short list of the most popular is: