Thousands of Razorback fans got a chance to watch Frank Broyles and Jimmy Johnson talk football and get their autographs.
Wheaties is one of the sponsors this year. They developed a tribute poster to Coach Broyles for his 50 years at the University of Arkansas. Players from the 1964 National Championship game were there to sign it.
Coach Houston Nutt was also there getting ready for the annual Red and White game.
Fans also got to walk around listening to live music from local bands like Oreo Blue and Full House.
While this event is fun for the family, it also raises money for kids in need.
Razorfest benefits youth organizations in Northwest Arkanas so that they can better serve more kids by providing resources and training. Razorfest founder Adelaide Schaeffer told us their goal is to raise one million dollars over the next five years.