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boogiewoogie1978
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Little Rock
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Was the home crowd a factor?
Auburn didn't seem rattled at all.


Porcine Human
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
Didn’t seem loud on the TV

Didn’t help that it was at 11 and they scored on their opening drive


STLhog
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
Failing on multiple 3rd and shorts in auburn territory, a couple failed 4th down conversion, bad special teams and giving up a ton of huge plays will kill a crowd pretty quickly.

Losing to a shifty team by 15 at home has nothing to do with the crowd.


STLhog
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
And they converted multiple 3rd and longs. That will kill any momentum


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Riggle
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
Auburn had already played at LSU and Penn State too so they're used to big road environments


STLhog
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
DwS Is LoUDER than BeAvEr.

Petrie Jean meatz


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beaverfever
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Little Rock
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
I’ve only been to a couple of games at DWRRS where the crowd was much of a factor. It’s just not much of a thing unfortunately.


dchog
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
Auburn isn't that bad at all. They sure as hell didn't need any help from the refs.


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dchog
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
When Arkansas has been losing as long as they have, the crowd isn't going to be into it. A three game SEC losing streak gives off that all too familiar feeling.


beaverfever
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Little Rock
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
I thought everyone was thrilled to be 4-2. It didn’t sound like it.


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STLhog
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Nashville, TN
Member since Jan 2015
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
Have you ever been to a game?

It’s hard to get up when the team and the refs are constantly killing every bit of momentum.

A fumbled TD in the EZ will absolutely murder a crowd.


dchog
Arkansas Fan
Pea ridge
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
Getting destroyed by Georgia and losing a close one to Ole Miss knocks the wind out of you. Then laying a turd today makes you think the plan isn't going as smoothly as it needs to be.
This post was edited on 10/16 at 3:09 pm


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beaverfever
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
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Have you ever been to a game? It’s hard to get up when the team and the refs are constantly killing every bit of momentum. A fumbled TD in the EZ will absolutely murder a crowd.
I don’t disagree I was just stating my perspective on our home advantage. I’ve been to 50ish games at DWRRS and I’ve probably been to 30 at WMS.

There was a real home field advantage at WMS between like 1996-2008 and then it seemed like it went away. Thats about as far back as I remember going to games so I’m not sure if that existed prior to my earliest memories there. That’s the only real home field advantage I’ve ever noticed as at Razorback football games.


Ronaldo Burgundiaz
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
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bad special teams
A tradition unlike any other.


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Riggle
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Research Triangle, North Carolina
Member since Feb 2013
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
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It’s hard to get up when the team and the refs are constantly killing every bit of momentum.


That overturned fumble really seemed to take the crowd out of the game.


Hogwarts
Arkansas Fan
Arkansas, USA
Member since Sep 2015
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
Was at the game, crowd wasn’t in it early, stripped sack was a kick in the balls for the crowd


beaverfever
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Little Rock
Member since Jan 2008
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
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Was at the game, crowd wasn’t in it early, stripped sack was a kick in the balls for the crowd
I bet the blue hairs had fun early in the game with their blankets and hand warmers.


Jack Ruby
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
There was 1 false start by Auburn that I remember...thats it.

Hell, we have more than that every game, no matter where.


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boogiewoogie1978
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Little Rock
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re: Was the home crowd a factor?
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There was a real home field advantage at WMS between like 1996-2008

Don't worry WMS will show up and show out


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