Fans Fill Razorback Stadium for the Red-White Game

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Fans got to check out the razorback football team for free in the annual red-white spring game. This is where fans take a closer look at players and strategies for this season's Razorback football team, plus fans say it's a great way to show their Hog spirit.

"It's just something about the feel of Razorback stadium and being here and watching them and all the excitement that you can't pass up," said Allison Floyd.

Fans said their support for the team means even more this year.

"I think it's really important to them to know that the state knows that they have a great team and that their fans are still behind them despite whatever happens with their coaching staff," said Mallory Sims.

Others were already making predictions for this football season.

"I hope we do have a good season and I would love to see a 9-2, 8-3 would be OK," said Case Maner.

Clarissa Flores said, "I think it's going to be the best season that we've had in years. I mean we have so much talent coming back and they are so hyped and putting on a team front that I think it's going to be awesome."

Being a Razorback fan is something passed down from generation to generation.

"I'm pretty sure he will be a hog fan,” said Adam Brandes to his baby boy.

During halftime the football program presented senior and team awards from the past season.

This football season, the University of Arkansas is making it easier for fans to buy or renew their season tickets with an online system. The E-tickets can be printed from home or scanned from your phone.

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