That was the resounding thought running through the minds of many fans as they tore down their tailgate scenes Saturday night. A historical shutout in Razorback Stadium.
However, it's still not enough to keep fans away.
"The weather and the rain pretty much, set the mood for the game," says one fan.
Two losses in three weeks has tailgaters try to put perspective on this young season.
"Pretty disappointed, but it's tough to go out there and watch the guys try hard and not quite pull it out," says Hog fan Scott Letts.
Despite the disappointment, fans still plan to show up, not rendering the season a total loss just yet.
"It doesn't mean you can't keep fighting, and there's always next week, so always keep going forward and seeing what you can do," Letts says.
Nine games remain for the red and white, five of them in Fayetteville and Hog fans see that as a chance to show what they're made of.
"There's a bunch of young guys out there doing the best they can, and that's all you can do it stand behind them and cheer them on the best you can."
"I'm a Razorback fan, I always have been, I always will be, so I'll be here next week to cheer them on just like I was today," says Josh Helm.
So rain or shine, it seems that the sea of tailgating tents are here to stay all season long.
"It's going to be a long road, unfortunately, but hey Razorback fans will all support them."
'I've seen all this stuff, we'll be good again."