FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — The Razorbacks head to the bowl for the third consecutive year in a row under Razorback Head Coach Sam Pittman.

All season long Razorback fans have made it their mission to support the Hogs through thick and thin.

Blake Hannekn a freshman at the University of Arkansas says cheering for the Hogs is contagious.

“They have full-on RV’S coming out and everyone’s all dressed in red, it’s just like a whole different environment and I’m glad to be a part of it,” Hannekn said.

Hannekn is from St. Louis, Mo., and says it’s not every day that you are surrounded by a city that goes all out for its home team.

“It’s just a different community like where I’m from I would go to colleges near my side of town and it’s not as intense as it is here,” Hannekn said.

Hannekn, like many others, is proud of the Razorbacks for making the Liberty Bowl this year.

“I can’t wait for them to play and I am ready to watch the game,” Hannekn said.

Before any Razorback fans head to the game, the Stadium Shoppe on Razorback wants to make sure fans are dressed from head to toe in Razorback gear.

“The Liberty Bowl is a good bowl to go to because Arkansas fans that wouldn’t originally be able to go to Orlando or whatever will have access to go,” Robert Mann said.

Robert Mann owns The Stadium Shoppe on Razorback Road and says he has been selling Razorback gear for years.

“We’re a 100% Razorback store, we don’t sell anything else but Razorback stuff,” Mann said.

With the bowl being more accessible this year, Mann says he wants to see that stadium in Memphis be filled with red and white.

“Come by and we’ll have some Liberty Bowl stuff, you know it was just announced today, so we will have it as soon as we can get it here,” Mann said.

The Hogs don’t play on ESPN until December 28th at 4:30 p.m., so you still have time to practice your hog calls and stock up on Razorback gear.