"We were booked solid up until Saturday and then starting Sunday and Monday, that's when we started to get our calls that people were backing out," said Best Western General Manager Adam Burch.
Some Razorback fans, who were scheduled to flock to Fayetteville for the upcoming match up, have now canclled room and reservations.
"I think the big thing that caused a lot of that was people that it was just an abrupt reaction of "oh my gosh! This is horrible! I can't believe they lost!" Immediately they're just backing out of those rooms," said Burch.
Best Western General Manager Adam Burch said even some die hard hogs are changing their plans for the roll tide rumble.
"He called up and stay here every single year and just said "You know, I'll make it here for the rest of the game, but I can't come up for Alabama. I'm just to hog sick. Just can't watch another game right now," said Burch.
But not every hotel in Northwest Arkansas is seeing the slump.
"I'm very proud to tell you that we have not seen much change at all," said Inn at the Mill General Manager Jesse Burkes.
Inn at the Mill General Manager Jesse Burkes said not only is his local hotel booked to the brim, there's a long line of folks who want to get it.
"We have a waiting list of about of 20 people," said Burkes.
"To be honest with you, after watching the game last Saturday we were wondering what kind of response we were going to have, We're pleased to see that we didn't have any cancellations," said Burkes.
But if you're still on the hunt for a hotel, you're in luck! All thanks to some fair-weather fans.
"The main thing is to get the word out that we do have open rooms. A lot of people just assume that since it's Alabama, you're never going to get a room and when they call us to check and we say 'Hey, we've got an opening!' They're thrilled and excited."