In less than 24-hours, Hog Nation will be taking on the Crimson Tide.
Razorback fans are looking forward to a good game against the number one team in the nation here in Fayetteville Saturday. This rival match-up is drawing new and veteran Hog Fans to the stadium, all fearing they may miss the best game of the season.
Fans we spoke with Friday all agreed it’s going to be a battle on the turf, but which team will come out on top, they weren’t so sure on.
“I’ve seen Alabama play from the field, standing on the field I’ve watched it happen, they’re scary, but I think we got it,” Sophomore Dylan Cole said.
“I’ve got faith in my Hogs, I hope so, I don’t know if I want to say that they will, I want to jinx anything, but I’m definitely knocking on wood,” Sophomore Katie Carson said.
“I hope we win, but I don’t think we will,” Freshman Tristan Roberts said. “I’m going 25-17, Alabama.”
“We’re the underdog, but I feel like we’re going to come out and play,” Freshman Lincoln Clegg said. “I’d guess 21-14, Arkansas. I’m thinking low scoring I hope we hold them.”
Kick-off is at 6 p.m. and students said the sold out game has them worried they may not have a seat, so they might skip the tailgates and head straight for the stadium. Every one though said they’re ready to Call Those Hogs.