"They still show their support, you know the hardcore fans are still here," says Hog fan Aaron Crawley, as he setsd up his tailgate Friday morning.
Fans firing up the grill for the season's final tailgate.
"It's a little sad, but with the season, you kind of, it's one of those -- you're not too sad that it's over," Crawley says.
Another Razorback season in the books.
And while it might be a page not many fans want to read again...
"I'm going to try to forget it," Hog fan Joe Bryant says.
The Hog faithful plan to stay to true to the program.
"Considering the season we've had, the fans have been pretty good, upbeat, positive attitude," Crawley says.
"When we leave today, we'll have next year's first game already planned out," Bryant says.
A lot of fans showing up with one last salute to the seniors.
"To see the seniors go out, tyler, and those guys still playing hard, giving it all, we're going to miss those guys," crawley says.
"The players have played hard, they're a good bunch of young men, so they need us behind them to support them this game," Hog fan Larry Swint says.
And as the tailgate chatter comes to a close, there's one question that fans can't help but start asking.
"Who's going to be the next coach?", Swint says.
"I think it's going to be a big name, and I think it's really going to put us in the national stage," Crawley adds.
As these forward-thinking fans put an up-and down season behind them.
Staying positive for what's to come-- next fall.
"How can we grow this program from where it is, we're up the ladder, we've hit a bump, but it's just a bump," Bryant says.
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