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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Arkansas vs Alabama: Thanks for the Memories

Posted By on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 3:28 PM

The Hogs and the Tide have given us some truly great games over the past 16 years. So, while we gear up for the tussle in Fayetteville this Saturday, consider this an open thread to discuss your favorites. Which games meant the most to you? Where were you when they happened? Or, on the flip side which losses still burn the most?

We'll be looking forward to seeing what you have to say...please add your thoughts in the comments section at As a quick cheat sheet, here's the full list of Arkansas-Alabama results since the Razorbacks joined the SEC:

2007 - Alabama 41, Arkansas 38

2006 - Arkansas 24, Alabama 23

2005 - Alabama 24, Arkansas 13

2004 - Arkansas 27, Alabama 10

2003 - Arkansas 34, Alabama 31

2002 - Alabama 30, Arkansas 12

2001 - Alabama 31, Arkansas 10

2000 - Arkansas 28, Alabama 21

1999 - Alabama 35, Arkansas 28

1998 - Arkansas 42, Alabama 6

1997 - Arkansas 17, Alabama 16

1996 - Alabama 17, Arkansas 7

1995 - Arkansas 20, Alabama 19

1994 - Alabama 13, Arkansas 6

1993 - Alabama 43, Arkansas 3

1992 - Alabama 38, Arkansas 11

(note: thanks to for the list and the photo. If you haven't visited this site yet, definitely do so...their photo library is amazing.)

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