of Arkansas campus actually sits on a hill. That way, the money it generates can trickle downhill to the rest of Fayetteville.
Hoghillbillies pump millions of dollars into the local economy each year with their loyal attendance of Razorback sporting
events. They migrate from exotic, far-flung places like Texarkana, complaining all the way that Northwest Arkansas is
too far away. Like salmon swimming upstream to mate, they are compelled to make the trip. Win or lose, many of
these Hog fans stick around and party on Dickson Street, pumping even more money into the economy and beer into their bellies.
stadium food, popcorn, liquor from small, smuggled flasks.
Seats on 50 yard line, center court, home
Having to walk from the far end of the parking lot and missing kickoff or tip-off.
Red shirts, red jackets, red pants, red shoes, plastic hog-shaped hats, hoarse voices (after
"Woooooooooo, Pig! Sooie!"
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