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Arkansas Razorbacks Football Panoramic - Razorback Stadium Picture

Arkansas Razorbacks Football Panoramic - Razorback Stadium Picture

SKU: UAR4
This panorama of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium was taken by James Blakeway. The stadium opened in 1938 and was dedicated as Bailey Stadium. In 1941, it was renamed Razorback Stadium. The Reynolds name was added after a major contribution to the 2001 stadium renovation that increased capacity to 72,000. Today, the stadium boasts a new high definition video display to the north end zone, one of the biggest in college football. Arkansas also lays claim to the only Razorbacks in all of college athletics. Originally known as the Cardinals, the Razorbacks’ nickname resulted after a big win over LSU in 1909, when the Arkansas football coach called his players “a wild band of Razorback hogs.”
Arkansas Razorbacks Panoramic - Baum Stadium Picture - Baseball

Arkansas Razorbacks Panoramic - Baum Stadium Picture - Baseball

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This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the University of Arkansas baseball fans "Calling the Hogs" at Baum Stadium at George Cole Field.  Considered a gold standard for college baseball facilities, Baum Stadium has undergone several renovations since opening in 1996. These renovations include an increase in the number of luxury suites to 34, while expanding the stadium to accommodate more than 11,000 Razorback fans.  Arkansas began its 88th season of baseball in 2011 and continues to be recognized as one of the nation's elite programs. In testament to the program's popularity, in 2007, Arkansas became the first team in NCAA history to average more than 8,000 tickets sold per game.
Arkansas Razorbacks Panoramic - Razorback Stadium Picture

Arkansas Razorbacks Panoramic - Razorback Stadium Picture

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This aerial panorama of the University of Arkansas was taken by James Blakeway during an Arkansas Razorback football game. Centered in the panorama is Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Originally named Bailey Stadium in 1938, it was renamed Razorback Stadium in 1941. After a $20 million contribution to the 2001 stadium expansion by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, capacity increased to 72,000. The University, founded in 1871 in Fayetteville, Arkansas on a hilltop farm overlooking the Ozark Mountains, is home to one of the most beautiful assemblages of collegiate athletic venues in the Southeastern Conference, including Bud Walton Arena, the football practice fields and the John McDonnell Track Field.
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University of Arkansas Razorbacks Panoramic Pictures

University of Arkansas Razorbacks Panoramic Pictures | Arkansas Razorbacks Logo

Competing in NCAA's Division I and a member of the Southeastern Conference, Arkansas Razorbacks panoramic images capture the passionate plays of the University of Arkansas' varsity teams. While the institution has 19 varsity teams, the school is perhaps most famous for the storied success of its baseball and football programs.

Arkansas Razorbacks panoramic pictures from men's football games display all the excitement from the home turf at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Capable of expanding to seat up to 80,000 spectators, a large number of University students and local supporters turn up to each of the team's home games to cheer the Razorbacks on to victory. Bathed in a sea of cardinal red and white, Razorback Stadium panoramas show some of the most dedicate collegiate sports fans across the country.

No Razorbacks panoramic photography experience would be complete without mentioning Baum Stadium at George Cole Field, the site of the University's baseball team home games. Despite being a newer stadium, the field has already undergone a number of exciting renovations that have made Razorbacks baseball one of the best venues captured in collegiate sports photography. University of Arkansas Razorbacks panoramic pictures have proven to be wildly popular especially with baseball fans, as the team is the first in NCAA history to average over 8,000 ticket sales per event.

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