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Razorbacks Football Schedule

 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule

The 2013 Arkansas Football Schedule will begin on August 31st and they will play their first three games in-state. They will play UL-Lafayette, Samford and Southern Mississippi.

The Arkansas Razorbacks will then travel to Piscataway, NJ to play the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. They will be looking to get off to a better start then what they did last year and by winning the first four games that could give their new coach Bret Bielema just the spark he needs to set the foundation for for the storm on the horizon.

After Rutgers, the Arkansas Razorbacks will return home to face the Texas A&M Aggies in Fayetteville. This will be a tough game for the Arkansas Razorbacks but if they can win the first four games they will have a lot of momentum headed into this game and who knows what might happen. If they are going to have any chances of winning this game they will have to hold Johnny Manziel in check.

If playing Texas A&M to open their conference play wasn’t tough enough the next three game stretch could possibly be a back breaker. The Arkansas Razorbacks will travel to Florida to take on the Florida Gators in Gainesville, leave there come back to Arkansas and play the South Carolina Gamecocks and then travel to Tuscaloosa to suit up against the Alabama Crimson Tide. This will probably be the toughest four game stretch in College Football this season. This will give Bret Bielema a chance to see what type of competition he will be up against in the years to come.

The Razorbacks Razorback fans will then get a special treat as they will return home to face the Auburn Tigers who recently hired Gus Malzahn from Arkansas State.

The Razorback Football Schedule will ease a little after that, they will travel to Oxford Mississippi to challenge the Ole Miss Running Rebels and then return to Little Rock to play the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

After all that excitement they will travel to the swamps to take on the LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge, LA, with an attempt to bring the boot back home to Arkansas.


The Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule Predictions for 2013

The Arkansas Razorbacks Razorback fans will need to show patient with Bret Bielema for a couple of years and give the coach time to build the program and then the HOGS should get back in contention for the SEC title. The Arkansas Razorbacks should end the year at 6-6.


The Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule in Table Format

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Here is your 2013 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule;



2013 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule    
Date Opponent Location Time (CT) Results
20-Apr  Red-White Game Fayetteville, AR   TBA  
31-Aug  UL-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns Fayetteville, AR   TBA  
7-Sep  Samford Bulldogs Little Rock AR   TBA  
14-Sep  Southern Miss Golden Eagles Fayetteville, AR   TBA  
21-Sep  Rutgers Scarlet Knights Piscataway, N.J.   TBA  
28-Sep  Texas A&M Aggies* Fayetteville, AR   TBA  
5-Oct  Florida Gators* Gainesville, FL   TBA  
12-Oct  South Carolina Gamecocks* Fayetteville, AR   TBA  
19-Oct  Alabama Crimson Tide* Tuscaloosa, AL   TBA  
26-Oct Bye Week      
2-Nov  Auburn Tigers* Fayetteville, AR   TBA  
9-Nov  Ole Miss Rebels* Oxford, MS   TBA  
16-Nov Bye Week      
23-Nov  Mississippi State Bulldogs* Little Rock, AR   TBA  
Nov 30  LSU Tigers* Baton Rouge, La.   TBA  
7-Dec SEC Championship Atlanta, Ga   TBA  
* Conference Games

Return back each week to see the updated 2013 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule.

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  • Naqibullah  says:

    I think we can go 3-1 to close out the regular seosan. 10-6 in conference play isn’t bad and we have a pretty good RPI to boot. If we can just maintain a consistent game, then we can win out. We had Kentucky on the ropes, twice, but the focus just isn’t there. If we get it together, watch out other teams. If not, please kick our ass and get the Stan Heath Six out of here sooner.

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