When was Arkansas last bowl game?

When was Arkansas last bowl game? 2016 Arkansas’ last bowl appearance was the 2016 Belk Bowl, which it lost, 35-24, to Virginia Tech. Its last bowl win came in the 2015 Liberty Bowl, in which

When was Arkansas last bowl game?

Arkansas’ last bowl appearance was the 2016 Belk Bowl, which it lost, 35-24, to Virginia Tech. Its last bowl win came in the 2015 Liberty Bowl, in which it defeated Kansas State, 45-23.

Did Arkansas Razorbacks make a bowl game?

According to reports, a Covid-19 outbreak amongst the members of the TCU football program has led to the cancellation of this year’s Texas Bowl. The Arkansas Razorbacks, eligible for a bowl for the first time since 2016, have concluded their season with a 3-7 record.

Who won the 1965 Cotton bowl?

Second-ranked Arkansas rallied to defeat #6 Nebraska 10–7 in front of 75,504 to win their first Cotton Bowl and claim to a first national title….1965 Cotton Bowl Classic.

Nebraska Cornhuskers Arkansas Razorbacks
(9–1) (10–0)
Big Eight SWC
7 10
Head coach: Bob Devaney Head coach: Frank Broyles

What channel is the Arkansas bowl game on?

Arkansas hosts former Southwest Conference rival Texas on Saturday, Sept. 11 at 6 p.m. CT inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The game will air on ESPN with Joe Tessitore (play-by-play), Greg McElroy (analyst) and Katie George (reporter) on the call.

How many bowl games has Arkansas won?

Arkansas Bowl History (15-24-3)

Bowl Date Result
2014 Texas Bowl Dec. 29, 2014 W, 31-7
2016 Liberty Bowl Jan. 2, 2016 W, 45-23
2016 Belk Bowl Dec. 29, 2016 L, 35-24
*Ohio State vacated win due to NCAA investigation

What year did Arkansas play in the Cotton Bowl?

1966 Cotton Bowl Classic (January)

1966 Cotton Bowl Classic
LSU Tigers Arkansas Razorbacks (7–3) (10–0) SEC SWC 14 7 Head coach: Charles McClendon Head coach: Frank Broyles AP Coaches NR 14 AP Coaches 2 2
1 2 3 4 Total LSU 0 14 0 0 14 Arkansas 7 0 0 0 7
Date January 1, 1966
Season 1965

What bowl game is Arkansas playing in 2020?

Texas Bowl
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas will conclude the 2020 season in the Texas Bowl.

Why is Texas Bowl Cancelled?

The 2020 Texas Bowl between Arkansas and TCU has been canceled due to an uptick in COVID-19 cases within the Horned Frogs program. The combination of positives, contact tracing and injuries put the Frogs below the Big 12 threshold for playing.

Who played in the 1965 Cotton Bowl?

(Jan. 1, 1965) — Nebraska’s bid for a third straight postseason victory fell just minutes short in the 1965 Cotton Bowl contest, as the great Arkansas Razorbacks staged a fourth quarter comeback to edge the Cornhuskers 10-7.

Who won the game between Nebraska and Arkansas?

by Matt Jones, Scottie Bordelon | June 6, 2021 at 11:32 p.m.

Who coaches Arkansas football?

Sam Pittman
Arkansas Razorbacks football/Head coaches

Where can I watch the Razorback game?

TELEVISION The game will be televised by ESPN and streamed on WatchESPN.com and the ESPN app (carrier login required).

Where was Arkansas going to play in a bowl game?

The Razorbacks were set to play in their first bowl game since 2016 when they lost to Virginia Tech in the Belk Bowl. Arkansas was going to play in the Texas Bowl for the second time and in a Houston-based bowl game for the third time.

When do the Razorbacks play in a bowl game?

Fans gather Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020, near a long line of buses south of Razorback Stadium on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville as they wait to cheer on the Arkansas football. The buses were there to take the Arkansas football team to the Northwest Arkansas National Airport to play in a planned bowl game with TCU.

When did the Arkansas Razorbacks win the Cotton Bowl?

Arkansas won the conference championship in 1946, earning a bid in the 1947 Cotton Bowl Classic with LSU. The game would become known as the Ice Bowl, as a winter storm hit Dallas before the game.

What kind of football do the Arkansas Razorbacks play?

The Arkansas Razorbacks football program represents the University of Arkansas in the sport of American football. The Razorbacks compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).