For Arkansas, the 2022 AutoZone Liberty Bowl is about the ” Culture”

For Arkansas, the 2022 AutoZone Liberty Bowl matchup with Kansas is more about the culture that Coach Pittman has built at Arkansas than anything else. You can feel it in the way the Razorbacks practiced on Monday morning. Despite winning six games this season, there is true love and passion for one another that is contagious that those unfamiliar with the program can appreciate. In conversation with the media on Monday, several Arkansas players talked about what that culture means and how special it was for the Arkansas Football program in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl against the Kansas Jayhawks. For many of those guys, having an opportunity to play in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl is a chance to further the legacy they will leave behind for future Arkansas Football programs.

Arkansas has had a season filled with great victories and heartbreaking losses; however, all of that is water under the bridge as the Razorbacks prepare for Kansas on Wednesday. It might not seem like much, but Arkansas is playing for the culture of Arkansas Football.

When asked about the culture of the Arkansas Football program, all players beamed with excitement as they talked of stories of open communication and the brotherhood they have with each other. Credits to their Head Coach Sam Pittman for instilling in the program a love for each other and the University of Arkansas. Those same players mentioned how amazing Arkansas fans were and how they, as a program, expect to see the city of Memphis filled with fans calling the Hogs and cheering on the Razorbacks against Kansas.

As the culture goes, winning is the cure for all. Arkansas fans are excited about the future of the program under Coach Pittman. Likewise, the Arkansas players are eager to suit up on Wednesday afternoon to play for the entire state of Arkansas. There is something unique that is being built within the Razorbacks program. A win over Kansas would provide Arkansas with yet another building block to further carry the legacy of Arkansas Football into generations to come.

Arkansas and Kansas will kick off in the 2022 AutoZone Liberty Bowl on Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 with a national television audience on ESPN.

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