Fans are wanting more. They just can't seem to get enough.
Beyond the definite economic boost the area gets, fans just love seeing their hogs and it was evident as nearly 10,000 people packed into Verizon Arena.
"You have a tremendous fan base here in this area," Karen Greenlee showed as fans walked passed her into the arena.
Ticket sales shot through the roof demanding they open the upper section.
Hog calls filled the arena coming from hundreds of central Arkansans thankful they have a game to go to and don't have to drive hours to get there.
Greenlee added, "It's kind of difficult for some to make that drive to Fayetteville."
For some it's a rare chance to see the hogs.
9-year-old, Matthew Oldham shared, "Only my second game at being at a basketball game."
For others it was a unique opportunity to share the experience.
"It's some mother son time I get to spend with my boy and he loves the Arkansas Razorbacks," explained Leeann Voss about the night she shared with her son Mason. "We don't have that much time to do that so this evening's very special for us."
It's all the more reason why most hog fans want to see the team come to town more than just once a year.
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