The meltdown on Markham is hitting Hog fans hard, but now they must prepare to host the number 1 team in the nation this weekend.
Before last Saturday, the Alabama versus Arkansas game was highly anticipated when both teams were ranked in the top ten, and tickets were sold out at sky-high prices.
"I paid $150 for two tickets, for each, so $300 total," says Jesse Belt. "Right now I figure we're paying top dollar for tickets for a top-dollar team, but the team is not performing that way."
But now folks like Belt are hoping to sell their seats for face value - the same seats they paid triple digits for months ago.
"I'd sell them for $70," he says.
Not only is Jesse selling his tickets, but he's looking to scalp some stubs too.
"So my plan would be after I sell my tickets on StubHub to just play it by ear and go to the game or at least tailgate and if I'm in the mood or up to it, go buy tickets. Just try to get a little big of my money back," he says. "I think a lot of fans feel kind of cheated as far as how much they paid and how much they've already committed to this season and for it to already just deflate like this."
Even though the loss is hard on the heart, this Razorback fan still hopes to see the Hogs win on Saturday.
"I love the Hogs and I will stand by them."
Kickoff is scheduled for 2:30 on Saturday afternoon at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.