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  • #1 by The_Iceman on 08 May 2018
  • Great news for our program. Should make the atmosphere is our HOME stadium even better. Will be awesome the first time we get to see 80,000 Razorback fans is the beautiful renovated RRS.

    Go Hogs!
  • #2 by Pig in the Pokey on 08 May 2018
  • gonna be loud AF
  • #3 by HoginMemphis on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.
  • #4 by HogPharmer on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.

    Why are you even here?
  • #5 by Jackrabbit Hog on 08 May 2018
  • Man, ricepig dug DEEP into his pocket to make this happen...
  • #6 by k.c.hawg on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.

    Why don't you just worry about cleaning up that sheethole you live in, NWA's economy will be just fine.
  • #7 by bigpigpimpin on 08 May 2018
  • gonna be loud AF

    lol no. you dont get loud AF when you are in last place.
  • #8 by Hog Pharm on 08 May 2018
  • lol no. you dont get loud AF when you are in last place.

    It’s hard to be in last place before you even play the first game.
  • #9 by ricepig on 08 May 2018
  • Man, ricepig dug DEEP into his pocket to make this happen...

    Mofo has a hole in it now....can you spare a dime?
  • #10 by Hogtimes on 08 May 2018
  • Great news for our program. Should make the atmosphere is our HOME stadium even better. Will be awesome the first time we get to see 80,000 Razorback fans is the beautiful renovated RRS.

    Go Hogs!

    I thought the new capacity was approximately 75,000.  Did I miss something... is that 80,000 correct....
  • #11 by Razorbackers on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.

    Go do it yourself instead of telling others to do it.
  • #12 by Dwight_K_Shrute on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.

    A lot of money in NWA is spent on the economy and helping residents.  Could we do more?  Absolutely, but that could be said of every other metro area in the country as well.  Everyone can always do more. 
  • #13 by parallaxpig on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.

    Dang 1% ers
  • #14 by masbas3 on 08 May 2018
  • I thought the new capacity was approximately 75,000.  Did I miss something... is that 80,000 correct....
     

    I wasn't aware that the addition was increasing us to 80,000, I think he's rounding up.
  • #15 by masbas3 on 08 May 2018
  • Great news for our program. Should make the atmosphere is our HOME stadium even better. Will be awesome the first time we get to see 80,000 Razorback fans is the beautiful renovated RRS.

    Go Hogs!

    I think that's going to be a nice touch with the Heads-Up Display of the Razorback and the State of Arkansas logo displayed in the air over the new addition during the games, especially night games.  My only gripe is I wish it was in red.
  • #16 by GoHogzzGo on 08 May 2018
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    I wasn't aware that the addition was increasing us to 80,000, I think he's rounding up.

    Depends if you count standing room only, I think that pushes it close but not quite.
  • #17 by ricepig on 08 May 2018
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    I wasn't aware that the addition was increasing us to 80,000, I think he's rounding up.

    The addition puts it at 76,000, I think SRO is only 1500.
  • #18 by Pig in the Pokey on 08 May 2018
  • lol no. you dont get loud AF when you are in last place.
    LAST PLACE? Bruh, in a conference with vandy, ole pississippi, & mizzou in it- all of which we get to play - we wont be in last damn place lol. Throw in Tenner , who is poised for another 0-fer run, and Coach YawYaw , who will be let go before the season is even over I bet as well. But, you are all " OH POOR-LIL-OLE-ARKINSAW-, How will we ever compete with big ole bad Derek Dooley and them?!" c'mon, bruh, SACK TF UP. We'll at least be bowling in Memphis or Shreveport.

    For the guys above talking capacity, iirc it'll be about 78,500 w/ standing room.
  • #19 by woodhog14 on 08 May 2018
  • The addition puts it at 76,000, I think SRO is only 1500.
    Correct.

    72,000 (old capacity) + 4,800 new seats
  • #20 by Dwight_K_Shrute on 08 May 2018
  • LAST PLACE? Bruh, in a conference with vandy, ole pississippi, & mizzou in it- all of which we get to play - we wont be in last damn place lol. Throw in Tenner , who is poised for another 0-fer run, and Coach YawYaw , who will be let go before the season is even over I bet as well. But, you are all " OH POOR-LIL-OLE-ARKINSAW-, How will we ever compete with big ole bad Derek Dooley and them?!" c'mon, bruh, SACK TF UP. We'll at least be bowling in Memphis or Shreveport.

    For the guys above talking capacity, iirc it'll be about 78,500 w/ standing room.

    I agree with this sentiment.  Sack TF Up.
  • #21 by Pigsknuckles on 08 May 2018
  • Club seating breaks out to $225 to $250 per seat per game. Though previously stated that no donation was required, I wonder if the sales receipt breaks down the costs to include a donation in the total.
  • #22 by woodhog14 on 08 May 2018
  • LAST PLACE? Bruh, in a conference with vandy, ole pississippi, & mizzou in it- all of which we get to play - we wont be in last damn place lol. Throw in Tenner , who is poised for another 0-fer run, and Coach YawYaw , who will be let go before the season is even over I bet as well. But, you are all " OH POOR-LIL-OLE-ARKINSAW-, How will we ever compete with big ole bad Derek Dooley and them?!" c'mon, bruh, SACK TF UP. We'll at least be bowling in Memphis or Shreveport.

    For the guys above talking capacity, iirc it'll be about 78,500 w/ standing room.

    Dude, we can't talk any sh*# about beating Mizzou considering we have only beaten them once since they joined the SEC. We were their only SEC win 2 years ago. We are 3-6 against them overall and 1-3 in the SEC.
  • #23 by Pig in the Pokey on 08 May 2018
  • Dude, we can't talk any sh*# about beating Mizzou considering we have only beaten them once since they joined the SEC. We were their only SEC win 2 years ago. We are 3-6 against them overall and 1-3 in the SEC.
    Sure we can. they just hired a TERRIBLE OC who is changing their whole system- the only reason they were dangerous at all was Heupel, and he is gone. Their defense is in shambles; ask their fans. They are pissed. It's a whole thing up there. THEY are going to SUCK. Odom wont last two more seasons. We are going to whoop their ass. FatBert threw those games vs Mizzou. We are 1-3 yet outscored them in the 4 game cumulative score. B/c Bert gonna Bert. Remember when he left gimped Brandon in the game instead of letting Austin win it? Remember when he made NO ADJUSTMENTS WHATSOEVER as we pooped away a 21 point lead all on 4 WR All Streak plays back-to-back-to-back? I could have coached us to a win in those games. I think you may still be in denial of the FACT that we just finally got rid of literally the worst Razorback Head Coach since integration. Like, I'd take Jack Crowe or Smile! over FatBert. Certainly I would take Dale over Bert.

    Sure, it's my opinion, but I will take a bet head up right now Arkansas over Mizzou- so I believe it.
  • #24 by ricepig on 08 May 2018
  • Club seating breaks out to $225 to $250 per seat per game. Though previously stated that no donation was required, I wonder if the sales receipt breaks down the costs to include a donation in the total.

    Considering donations tied to tickets/location is no longer deductible, I doubt they break it down.
  • #25 by Hog Pharm on 08 May 2018
  • Club seating breaks out to $225 to $250 per seat per game. Though previously stated that no donation was required, I wonder if the sales receipt breaks down the costs to include a donation in the total.

    Approximately $600 of the cost per seat goes to the RF foundation and builds priority points.
  • #26 by Pig in the Pokey on 08 May 2018
  • Approximately $600 of the cost per seat goes to the RF foundation and builds priority points.
    why I always pay by the game. save a ton that way.
  • #27 by Inhogswetrust on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.

    What part of companies providing jobs isn’t helping the economy and residents. How many jobs and employees does the  company you own  provide to the area it is located?
  • #28 by RazorPiggie on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.

    Might be the most DA post I have ever seen.
  • #29 by go hogues on 08 May 2018
  • Great news for our program. Should make the atmosphere is our HOME stadium even better. Will be awesome the first time we get to see 80,000 Razorback fans is the beautiful renovated RRS.

    Go Hogs!
    This is encouraging - though I wonder how many of these traded from somewhere else in the stadium?
  • #30 by Redhogs on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.
    Just another socialist who can't mind his own damn business...they know better how to spend YOUR money than you do....
  • #31 by Redhogs on 08 May 2018
  • Why don't you just worry about cleaning up that sheethole you live in, NWA's economy will be just fine.
    BOOM!!!!
  • #32 by ricepig on 08 May 2018
  • This is encouraging - though I wonder how many of these traded from somewhere else in the stadium?

    I would assume several came from the EOC with their movement for the Founder's Suites. I've seen several mention moving from other club areas. The SOC looked about the same when I kept mine there, and then I got a couple in the NEZ. Truthfully, I saw more between the 30's on the sidelines open, then I thought there normally is.
  • #33 by rogersvillemohog on 08 May 2018
  • We're over in the NEZ now. I have to say, I am excited for if no other reason than I never have to worry about having my flask confiscated while sneaking it into DWRRS again due to alcohol sales in the club area lol
  • #34 by Pig in the Pokey on 08 May 2018
  • Just another socialist who can't mind his own damn business...they know better how to spend YOUR money than you do....
    it's THEIR money, too, Sir. they pay taxes too LMFAO.
  • #35 by masbas3 on 08 May 2018
  • We're over in the NEZ now. I have to say, I am excited for if no other reason than I never have to worry about having my flask confiscated while sneaking it into DWRRS again due to alcohol sales in the club area lol

    I knew of a guy that always sneaked his flask in by between his butt cheeks.  I want to  :puke: when I think of the ones he shared a swig with.
  • #36 by rogersvillemohog on 08 May 2018
  • I knew of a guy that always sneaked his flask in by between his butt cheeks.  I want to  :puke: when I think of the ones he shared a swig with.

    I've always just snuck mine in my boot, go get a souvenir sized Diet Coke Pepsi, pour about 1/4 of it out, fill 'er up and nurse my drink throughout the game. Nobody is ever the wiser. I just know there's going to come a time when there will be randomized strip searches or something to get into a ball game. I can now rest easy at night knowing my flasks will be safe from now on when we play at home.
  • #37 by Next1_04 on 08 May 2018
  • Go do it yourself instead of telling others to do it.

    Boom goes the dynamite.
  • #38 by Hawgphat on 08 May 2018
  • Nobody I know likes to be lectured to on what they should do with their money.  It has nothing to do with ever-present humanitarian ethics issues, - - - and everything to do with individual prerogatives and choices which are nobody else's business.

    I prioritize the personal expenditures of my disposable income as I see fit.  I would tend to assume that others do likewise.
  • #39 by Jackrabbit Hog on 08 May 2018
  • Nobody I know likes to be lectured to on what they should do with their money.  It has nothing to do with ever-present humanitarian ethics issues, - - - and everything to do with individual prerogatives and choices which are nobody else's business.

    I prioritize the personal expenditures of my disposable income as I see fit.  I would tend to assume that others do likewise.

    ^
    Spends all his money on hookers & blow.
  • #40 by ricepig on 08 May 2018
  • ^
    Spends all his money on hookers & blow.

    ^^^^^^Spends his allowance as his wife tells him to.
  • #41 by masbas3 on 08 May 2018
  • I've always just snuck mine in my boot, go get a souvenir sized Diet Coke Pepsi, pour about 1/4 of it out, fill 'er up and nurse my drink throughout the game. Nobody is ever the wiser. I just know there's going to come a time when there will be randomized strip searches or something to get into a ball game. I can now rest easy at night knowing my flasks will be safe from now on when we play at home.

    I hope they don't ever resort to strip searches, if they do, a lot of you fellas are gonna have mighty hurt feelings when they strip search me and you suddenly realize the good Lord short changed you.
  • #42 by The_Iceman on 08 May 2018
  • A lot of money in NWA, both individual and corporate. Could be better spent to help the economy and residents than on football tickets and suites, but its their money.

    Ignorant.
  • #43 by tusked on 08 May 2018
  • ^
    Spends all his money on hookers & blow.

    Not that there's anything wrong with that.
  • #44 by Jackrabbit Hog on 08 May 2018
  • ^^^^^^Spends his allowance as his wife tells him to.

    Honey?  Is that you??
  • #45 by sowmonella on 08 May 2018
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    I wasn't aware that the addition was increasing us to 80,000, I think he's rounding up.
    DWRRS  record attendance is 76,800 vrs Alabama in 2010 . The new max capacity will be 80,800.
  • #46 by ricepig on 08 May 2018
  • DWRRS  record attendance is 76,800 vrs Alabama in 2010 . The new max capacity will be 80,800.


    That's with the 4000 temporary seats on top of the south end zone, those are no longer there.
  • #47 by cosmodrum on 08 May 2018
  • Why are you even here?

    Because the horns suck balls so he's dumping on his second "favorite" team
  • #48 by Hog Fan...DOH! on 08 May 2018
  • That's with the 4000 temporary seats on top of the south end zone, those are no longer there.

    Thank the lawd
  • #49 by sowmonella on 08 May 2018
  • That's with the 4000 temporary seats on top of the south end zone, those are no longer there.

    Thanks for setting me straight. I should know not to believe Wiki
    Former names
    University Stadium (1938)
    Bailey Stadium (1938–1941)
    Razorback Stadium (1941–2001)
    Location
    350 North Razorback Road, Fayetteville, AR 72701
    Coordinates
    36°4′5″N 94°10′44″W
    Coordinates: 36°4′5″N 94°10′44″W
    Owner
    University of Arkansas
    Operator
    University of Arkansas
    Executive suites
    132
    Capacity
    80,800 (Present)
    76,000 (2001–2017)
    50,019 (1995–2000)
    52,680 (1985–1994)
    42,678 (1969–1984)
    38,000 (1965–1967)
    30,000 (1957–1964)
    21,200 (1950–1956)
    18,500 (1947–1949)
    13,500 (1938–1946)
    Record attendance
    76,808 (September 25, 2010) vs Alabama[1]
  • #50 by HoginMemphis on 09 May 2018
  • lol no. you dont get loud AF when you are in last place.
    It will be loud for first non-conf game. Then when reality sets in, all the old rich crowd will concentrate on drinking and eating and leaving early.
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