Arkansas Razorbacks Football Facts and Retired Razorback Jersey Numbers
Arkansas Razorbacks Football Jerseys
That Have Been Retired
According to ARSNOline.com, the following Arkansas Razorbacks
football jerseys have been retired
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Name

12
Clyde "Smackover" Scott and Steve Little both were honored
with having their Razorbacks No. 12 jersey retired.  Smith was
at Arkansas from (1946-49).  Not only did Scott star as
All-American Razorback RB, but he also won a Silver Medal
while representing the U.S.A. in the 1948Summer Olympics.
Steve Little played for the Razorbacks from (1974-77) as a
record-setting kicker.  Little actually sought and received
permission from Clyde Scott to wear the jersey number.  Upon
the completion of Little's collegiate career the Razorbacks
Football Jersey No. 12 was retired again.

77
Brandon Burlsworth served as a tremendous inspiration
during his Arkansas career.  Bullsworth went from a walk on at
Arkansas to being one of the most celebrated football players
in Razorbacks history.  The offensive lineman was not only an
All-American, but he also became the first Arkansas football
player to earn a masters degree before his last football
game..  Burlsworth was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the
3rd round of the 1999 NFL Draft, but never had a chance to
play for the franchise.  Burlsworth was killed in an auto
accident less than two weeks later.  Not only is Burlsworth's
No. 77 Razorbacks football jersey retired, but his locker
remains intact in the Razorbacks locker room.
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University of Arkansas
Football Facts and History
  • Arkansas football first took the field in 1894 when the university's team played
    three games.  Two of those contests were against Fort Smith High and the
    other game was against the University of Texas.
  • Arkansas football teams were called the Cardinals until 1909.
  • Arkansas was a charter member of the now dissolved Southwest
    Conference.  The Razorbacks joined the conference in 1915.
  • Frank Broyles became the university's head coach in 1957 and under his
    leadership, gained national prominence.  Broyles led the Hogs through the
    1976 season and through that span, the Razorbacks captured seven SWC
    championships and a 1964 national championship.  Broyles still ranks at the
    top of the Razorbacks coaching wins list with 144 victories.
  • The Lou Holtz era followed one Frank Broyles stepped away from the
    coaching sidelines.  Holtz posted a 60-21-2 record from 1977-83.
  • With the SWC fading, Arkansas left that conference for the SEC in 1991.
  • Cardinal red jerseys have been a fixture on Arkansas' jerseys through the
    years.  The famous hog on the school's football helmets appeared in its early
    form in 1964.
  • The Razorbacks biggest rivals are Texas, Ole Miss and LSU.  Although the
    Hogs don't play Texas on an annual basis like they did in the SWC days, the
    rivalry still remains strong.
  • Hogs home football games are played at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback
    Stadium in Fayetteville.   The school also plays home games in Little Rock's
    War Memorial Stadium.
Since kicking off their football program in 1894, the University of Arkansas has forged a strong championship
football tradition that has included national championships and some of college football's biggest stars.
University of Arkansas
Nickname, Mascots and
Traditions
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Arkansas Razorback Marching
Band
This spirit inducing group was first
organized in 1874 as the Cadet Corps band
and has evolved into one of the top bands in
the country.  The band hits the field with Red
jackets, white pants, red and white hats with
white plume
University of Arkansas
Landmarks
That are a must see on gamedays
Razorback Statue
This landmark is located in the Gardens which is a
popular tailgating spot south of the football stadium.
 
Fighting Razorback Statue
Dedicated in 2007, this popular landmark is located at
the steps of the Broyles Athletic Center
WITH FRANK, THE RAZORBACKS WERE BROYLED TO PERFECTION

Ever since his 1958 arrival in Fayetteville, Frank Broyles had things cooking at the University
of Arkansas. Through his service as the school's head football coach and athletic director,
Broyles led Razorback athletics to national prominence.

The all-time winningest Arkansas football coach took the Razorback reins after just one year
of head coaching experience with Missouri. Broyles had longed for the Arkansas job because
he saw great potential for the school to have phenomenal success in a state with only one
dominant athletic program.

Broyles crowning moment as the Hog's head football coach was leading the team to a claim
of  the 1964 national championship following a Cotton Bowl victory over Nebraska. Arkansas
finished as the nation's only undefeated team when the bowl season had concluded.
However, the policy of selecting a national champ prior to the postseason was in effect for the
AP and UPI polls. They both gave Alabama the title nod before the Crimson Tide's Orange
Bowl loss to Texas. Therefore, Arkansas fans embrace the top ranking they received from the
Football Writers Association of America and the Helms Athletic Foundation since they
recognized the results of the full season.
Arkansas Heisman
Finalist
Discover how close former
Razorbacks have come to
winning college football's
top individual award.
1964 FWAA National Champions