The Razorbacks began the season on the road in Auburn, and they came away with a 45-21 loss. After that though, they won all three of their out of conference games. First they beat Nicholls State 73-7. Next they defeated Texas Tech 49-28 on the road. Then they came back home and beat Northern Illinois easily 52-14. But now the meat of the schedule begins. The Razorbacks play six of their final eight games against teams who are currently ranked, all of them SEC opponents. It does help that the first three are at home. First up is this Saturday against Texas A&M. After Texas A&M Arkansas gets a bye before taking on Alabama. Then to finish off the three game set Georgia comes to town. The following week they step out of conference against UAB before returning to conference play the next week on the road against Mississippi State. Following the Mississippi State road game Arkansas has another week off before two home games against LSU and Mississippi. Arkasnas finishes the season on the road against Missouri.
Razorback Players Grab All Star Honors
Despite a lack of recent success the Razorbacks are on of the most tradition-rich teams in college football. In total, the Razorbacks have had 46 different players throughout their history that have garnered All-American honors and 13 of them are in the college football hall of fame. The Razorbacks have won 13 conference championships, all of which came in the old Southwest Conference, and one National Championship which came in 1964.