But it seems some fans' frustrations with this season are now reflected in ticket prices.
Upper level seats to the Kentucky home game are selling for just $4 each on StubHub.com.
The shipping and handling actually costs four times the ticket price, at approximately $17.
"I think that's just kind of sad. I have my tickets and we'll be there but if it'll get people in the stands then you know, if a $4 ticket is what it takes to get people there, then you know I guess that's okay, that's better than empty stands," said Julia Thorn.
"We ought to be out there supporting them rather than selling our cheap tickets, selling our tickets and not going to the game," Gohn said.
"I think it's kind of sad, they're just having a tough year," said UA student Alyson Metz.
However some folks think the lower prices aren't all bad.
"The reason why they're selling the tickets so cheap is so a lot of people can come out and support the Razorbacks more often and maybe they'll start winning some games," said Mike Evans. "Four dollars is better than $40 a person."
A few fans admit, they've lost interest in attending the games.
"Tailgating yes, games no. Not as important to get into the games," said Corinne Pullen. "When the team's bad they don't want to see them so people are trying to get rid of their tickets. I guess $4 is all they can get."
Tickets to the homecoming game against Tulsa are also selling for shockingly low prices, at as little as $4.99 a ticket.