Thousands aren't able to watch the big Razorback game at home -- they're still in the dark after a serious storm pounded parts of the Natural State Friday night.
One of the worst hit areas was Independence County. Crews surveyed the damage today.
The airport took a beating with three hangars destroyed. Some of the airplanes inside them were a total loss.
The storm snapped power poles, downed trees, twisted metal -- it even threw wood into a brick wall like it was nothing.
But the National Weather Service confirms it was not a tornado there. It was just winds from a thunderstorm, sometimes in excess of 80 miles per hour.
Now the community is left to clean up, but Arkansans are always ready to help each other.
Glen Willis of Independence County Emergency Management says, "We have massive numbers of lines and poles broken in subdivisions, so we don't know when we are going to get power back to all our locaitons."
KARK was told two families in Independence County had to find shelter elsewhere after trees fell on their homes.
Even a few cars were destroyed -- flattened like pancakes.
There were no injuries reported except for two firefighters. They were treated for possible bone breaks after a tree they were trying to clear from a home fell on them.