Saturday’s Alabama/Arkansas game in Fayetteville will be one of the biggest games in the country.
But since the Razorbacks joined the Southeastern Conference in 1992, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium has hosted a surprisingly low amount of high-profile games.
According to the Arkansas football Twitter account, this will be just the sixth Top 25 matchup since the Hogs have called the SEC home.
Saturday will be just the 6th Top 25 matchup at DWRRS since we joined the SEC.
We need it ROCKIN. pic.twitter.com/QNVsBwnCYX
— Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 5, 2016
Arkansas has gone 3-2 in those games, including the last battle, a 44-28 victory in 2011 against No. 10 South Carolina.
The Tide last came to Fayetteville for a Top 25 battle in 2010. Top-ranked Alabama beat No. 10 Arkansas 24-20 in that one.