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Monday, September 6, 2010

Weeklong To-Do: Razorrock 2010

Posted By on Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 9:27 AM

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RAZORROCK 2010
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With a No. 17 AP ranking, Big Tex Mallett readying to tack a truck-load of Ws to our long-suffering record, and Coach "BMFP" refusing to end another season as a mere SEC spoiler, Razorback fans have plenty to be excited about for this, the most promising year for Arkansas football in recent memory. And to celebrate, RazorRock, the six-day pep-rally, beginning on Labor Day and leading up to our slaughter of the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks at War Memorial Stadium next Saturday. The highlights include Monday's RazorRock Relay, a bike race in and around Riverfront Park that involves cycling and Razorback trivia; the same night's RazorRock Foodie Festival at Dickey-Stephens, featuring food from a number of Argenta restaurants; Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame luncheons and workshops; and, the night before the Hogs kick-off Saturday, Oxford American's "A Night of Arkansas Music," featuring tunes from brilliant local songcraft Jim Mize, the throwback country twist of The Salty Dogs and the legendary True Soul Revue, who provided the "bass and brass" sound behind True Soul Records. See our calendar or visit littlerockchamberweb.com/razorrock for more information. Woo, pigs!

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