Be Part of the Virtual ONE Razorback Roadshow With Coach Sam Pittman at 6 p.m.

Join Razorback Football Head Coach Sam Pittman for the Virtual ONE Razorback Roadshow live from your home at 6 p.m. today, Thursday, May 21.

The lineup also includes appearances by women's golf coach Shauna Taylor and men's cross country and track and field coach Chris Bucknam along with Hunter Yurachek, vice chancellor and director of athletics.

Enjoy appearances by pro Hog golfer and NCAA national champion Maria Fassi and former Razorback football and track and field student-athlete turned Food Network celebrity chef Eddie Jackson.

Fans will be able to log on to the official Razorback Athletics Facebook and Twitter pages to take part in the roadshow with streams beginning at 6 p.m. CDT.

Presented by First Security Bank, the roadshow is a part of Razorback Athletics' ongoing commitment to be involved in communities around Arkansas while celebrating the passion and support of the Razorbacks throughout the state. 

Virtual ONE Razorback Roadshows

Save the Dates

  • Tuesday, May 26
    Jordyn Wieber (gymnastics), Colby Hale (soccer) and Andy Jackson (men's tennis)
  • Thursday, May 28
    Mike Neighbors (women's basketball), Neil Harper (swimming and diving) and Jason Watson (volleyball)

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Contacts

Elvis John Moya, associate athletic director
Razorback Athletics Marketing and Fan Development
479-575-6055, ejmoya@uark.edu

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