Just take a look at all Greg O'Neal's Hogs shirts.
"Very rarely will you see me not dressed with a Razorback hat, a Razorback shirt, or shorts or shoes.
Rarely won't you see anything in his home that's not Razorback.
Like this picture of a Razorback game that dates back to a 1976 memory.
"Mine and her initials spell out GOSH, we graduated year 76. She had a friend of hers to do some cropping of a picture of the Go Hogs, that they spell out on the field. And he turned it around to say GOSH 76."
And by gosh he supports Jeff Long's decision even though it was tough.
"Initially I was sick and was very emotional. And thought alright my days are over for this program. Until I heard the whole story. And he was pushed against the wall. And things were done that shouldn't have been done."
That was the sentiment across the scoreboard today, all in favor of Jeff Long.
Terry Jacks says he will always support the program.
"I'm an alumni, so I'm a Razorback for life, no matter who the coach is."
Kara Cochran, is a school teacher at Harmony Grove.
"I totally support Long in his decision. I think we need to look at society, how we feel about character in people."
People like Greg say this situation is going to set the Hogs back a little but, "We believe in the Hogs. And we bleed Hog blood. We'll be there!"
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