Relive four of the greatest moments in Arkansas football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2007 Battle for the Golden Boot vs LSU - Quarterback D-Mac
1965 Cotton Bowl vs Nebraska - National Champions
1978 Orange Bowl vs Oklahoma - The Upset in Miami
2010 Battle for the Golden Boot vs LSU - Second of the half
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2007 Battle for the Golden Boot
Arkansas vs LSU
50 - 48
23 November, 2007
Don't get it twisted - Darren McFadden was the greatest running back in Arkansas history. Spearheading what is arguably the greatest backfield in CFB history, Arkansas upset #1 ranked LSU in a triple-overtime matchup. D-Mac led with 3 rushing TDs and even added a wildcat passing TD late in the 4th.
1965 Cotton Bowl
Arkansas vs Nebraska
10 - 7
1 January, 1965
Finishing the season 11-0 and beating Nebraska in the Cotton Bowl, Arkansas football was selected as national champions by most writers as #1 Alabama had lost their bowl game. Easily Arkansas' greatest ever seasonm led by legendary coach Frank Broyles.
1978 Orange Bowl
The Upset in Miami
Arkansas vs Oklahoma
31 - 6
2 January, 1978
Arkansas were listed as 18-point underdogs against #2 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, but after Coach Holtz suspended a few of their best players, that dropped to 24 points. Backup running back Sales rushed for 205 yards, dashing OK's hopes of a national title after 'Bama's loss earlier in the day.
2010 Battle for the Golden Boot
Second of the half
Arkansas vs LSU
31 - 23
27 November, 2010
Arkansas' 2nd ranked offense was up against LSU's top-ranked defense but that didn't stop speedster Cobi Hamilton from scoring two seperate 80+ yard touchdowns before halftime. Arkansas would win the game and earn a spot in a BCS Bowl game against Ohio State.