Large Attendance At This Year’s Razorfest

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It was nice weather for this year's Razorfest. Fans and families showed up in large number to cheer the Hogs on and enjoy all that the Razorfest had to offer.

This was the tenth year for the event that was hosted by Champions For Kids. They said it was a unique one.

"Arkansas is the only school in the United States that has an event like this in it's spring game that's not just about football but it's also about helping kids. It's such a great day for fun activities for kids and it's a great day for the community to just come together and enjoy being Arkansans all as one community," said Rich Schaeffer with Champions For Kids.

Fans from all over went into Northwest Arkansas for the spring Red and White Game played by the Arkansas Razorbacks. Hundreds said they came in early to enjoy Razorfest, which lasted from 10 am to 1 pm.

Fans told 5NEWS Razorfest was a great time to show their support for the Razorbacks and spend time with their families.

"We just meet up with the family, and we have family that lives further south so it's just a time for us to meet up and just have a family weekend, and we're pretty big hog fans," said one family in attendance.

There was a food drive at Razorfest. Guest were able to drop off food to be delivered to food pantries in the area.