Take a photo with the three football trophies

Arkansas Union and Razorback Athletics are teaming up again to bring fans a once-in-a-lifetime end-of-football experience. On Tuesday, December 7, the three main football trophies – The Southwest Classic, The Boot and The Battle Line – will be on display in the Union Lounge. Fans are invited to come between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to take their photo with this year’s collection of football gear.

The Razorbacks finished the regular season in 22nd overall in the college football playoff standings, their best end-of-season standings ever in that standings. Arkansas is one of six SEC teams in the standings and has placed third in SEC West this season. Along the way, the team picked up victories against Texas A&M, LSU and Missouri, which saw them win all three major rivalry trophies for the first time in a single season.

In addition to trophies, athletics will have promotional items available as gifts for fans. The Arkansas Union will also provide snacks and have staff on hand to help take photos. Customers are reminded that campus rules regarding mask wearing are still in effect inside the Union.

The Arkansas Union is a department within the Division of Student Affairs.

About the Arkansas Union: As a campus lounge, the Arkansas Union provides an open and inclusive atmosphere to come together, learn, and engage in the campus community. The site of more than 10,000 annual events and reservations, the Arkansas Union seeks to meet the evolving needs of students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests by providing professional services and supporting unique programs. and diversified.

About the Student Affairs Division: The Student Affairs Division helps students pursue their knowledge, earn a degree, find meaningful careers, explore diversity, and connect with the global community. We provide housing, food and healthcare resources for students, and we create innovative programs that educate and inspire. We’re enhancing the University of Arkansas experience and helping students succeed, one student at a time.

Jack C. Nugent