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1930

1930 Arkansas Razorbacks football
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1930 record3-6 (2-2 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

The Hill
Seasons
« 19291931 »

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/27/30*Ozark CollegeThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 27-0  
10/4/30*at TulsaSkelly FieldTulsa, OKL 6-26  
10/11/30at TCUAmon G. Carter StadiumFt. Worth, TX (Dedication)L 0-40  
10/18/30RiceThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 7-6  
10/25/30Texas A&MLittle Rock, ARW 13-0  
11/1/30*at LSUState Fair StadiumShreveport, LAL 12-27  
11/8/30*Oklahoma A&MThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 0-26  
10/15/30BaylorThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 7-22  
11/27/30*at CentenaryState Fair Stadium • Shreveport, LAL 6-7  
*Non-Conference Game.

1931

1931 Arkansas Razorbacks football
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1931 record3-5-1 (0-4 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

The Hill
Seasons
« 19301932 »

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/26/31*Ozark CollegeThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 13-6  
11/3/31*HendrixThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 19-0  
11/10/31SMUThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 6-42  
10/17/31at BaylorWaco Stadium • Waco, TXL 7-19  
10/24/31*at LSUState Fair StadiumShreveport, LAL 6-13  
10/31/31TCUThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 0-7  
11/7/31*at ChicagoStagg FieldChicago, ILT 13-13  
11/21/31at RiceRice FieldHouston, TXL 12-26  
11/26/31*at CentenaryState Fair Stadium • Shreveport, LAW 6-0  
*Non-Conference Game.

1932

1932 Arkansas Razorbacks football
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1932 record1-6-2 (1-4 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

The Hill
Seasons
« 19311933 »

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/24/32*HendrixThe Hill • Fayetteville, ART 0-0  
10/1/32*Missouri RollaThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 19-20  
10/8/32at TCUAmon G. Carter StadiumFt. Worth, TXL 12-34  
10/15/32BaylorQuigley StadiumLittle Rock, ARW 20-6  
10/22/32*at LSUState Fair StadiumShreveport, LAL 0-14  
11/5/32RiceThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 7-12  
11/12/32at SMUOwnby StadiumDallas, TXL 7-13  
11/18/32TexasThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 0-34  
11/26/32*at CentenaryState Fair Stadium • Shreveport, LAT 0-0  
*Non-Conference Game.

1933

1933 Arkansas Razorbacks football
Dixie Classic, Tied Centenary 7-7
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1933 record7-3-1 (4-1 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

The Hill
Seasons
« 19321934 »

Overview

The Razorbacks were crowned Southwest conference champs with a 4-1 SWC record, but the Hogs forfeited the title as a result of playing an ineligible athlete.[1] Ulysses "Heine" Schleuter had told coach Fred Thomsen that he had remaining eligibility, but had played at Nebraska in 1931 and 1932, as well as for Kemper Military School. Schleuter's status wasn't brought out until the SMU game, when a Mustang recognized Schleuter as a former Cornhusker. The title was vacated for 1933.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/23/33*Ozark CollegeThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 40-0  
9/30/33*Oklahoma BaptistThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 42-7  
10/7/33TCUThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 13-0  
10/14/33BaylorQuigley StadiumLittle Rock, ARW 19-7  
10/21/33*at LSUState Fair StadiumShreveport, LAL 0-20  
10/28/33SMUThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 3-0  
11/11/33at RiceRice FieldHouston, TXL 6-7  
11/18/33*HendrixThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 63-0  
11/24/33at TexasTexas Memorial StadiumAustin, TXW 20-6  
11/30/33*at TulsaSkelly FieldTulsa, OKL 0-7  
1/1/34*vs. CentenaryFair Park • Dallas, TX (Dixie Classic)T 7-7  
*Non-Conference Game.

Dixie Classic

Main Article: 1934 Dixie Classic

The Dixie Classic was the first bowl appearance in Arkansas Razorbacks history. Their opponent, Centenary, was undefeated in the regular season.[1] The game, played in Dallas, was the final Dixie Classic, a predecessor to the Cotton Bowl Classic. The Razorbacks dented the scoreboard first, on a 24 yard hookup from Tom Murphy to Elvin Geiser in the second quarter.[1] The Gentlemen returned with a 20 yard touchdown pass, but missed the extra point to give Arkansas a 7-6 lead. However, a Razorback was called offside, the down was replayed, and Centenary's kicker Chester Weidman's kick was true.[1]

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1934

1934 Arkansas Razorbacks football
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1934 record4-4-2 (2-3-1 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

The Hill
Seasons
« 19331935 »

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/29/34*Ozark CollegeThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 13-0  
10/6/34at TCUAmon G. Carter StadiumFt. Worth, TXW 24-10  
10/13/34BaylorQuigley StadiumLittle Rock, ARW 6-0  
10/20/34*at LSUState Fair StadiumShreveport, LAL 0-16  
11/27/34*Missouri RollaThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 20-0  
11/3/34at Texas A&MKyle FieldCollege Station, TXT 7-7  
11/10/34RiceThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 0-7  
10/17/34at SMUOwnby StadiumDallas, TXL 6-10  
11/23/34TexasThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 12-19  
11/29/34*at TulsaSkelly FieldTulsa, OKT 7-7  
*Non-Conference Game.

1935

1935 Arkansas Razorbacks football
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1935 record5-5 (2-4 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

The Hill
Seasons
« 19341936 »

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/28/35*Pittsburg St.The Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 12-0  
10/5/35TCUThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 7-13  
10/12/35at BaylorWaco Stadium • Waco, TXL 6-13  
10/19/35*at LSUState Fair StadiumShreveport, LAL 7-13  
11/26/35*Ozarks CollegeThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 51-6  
11/2/35Texas A&MQuigley StadiumLittle Rock, ARW 14-7  
11/9/35at RiceRice FieldHouston, TXL 7-20  
10/16/35SMUThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARL 6-17  
11/2/35at TexasTexas Memorial StadiumAustin, TXW 28-13  
11/28/35*at TulsaSkelly FieldTulsa, OKW 14-7  
*Non-Conference Game.

1936

1936 Arkansas Razorbacks football
Southwest Conference Champions
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1936 record7-3 (5-1 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

The Hill
Seasons
« 19351937 »

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/26/36*Pittsburg St.The Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 53-0  
10/3/36at TCUAmon G. Carter StadiumFt. Worth, TXL 14-18  
10/10/36BaylorThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 14-10  
10/16/36*at George WashingtonGriffith StadiumWashington, DCL 6-13  
10/24/36*at #16 LSUState Fair StadiumShreveport, LAL 7-19  
10/31/36at Texas A&MKyle FieldCollege Station, TXW 18-0  
11/7/36RiceThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 20-14  
10/14/36at #19 SMUOwnby StadiumDallas, TXW 17-0  
11/26/36*at TulsaSkelly FieldTulsa, OKW 23-13  
12/5/36TexasQuigley StadiumLittle Rock, ARW 6-0  
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll.

1937

1937 Arkansas Razorbacks football
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1937 record6-2-2 (3-2-1 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

The Hill
Seasons
« 19361938 »

Overview

For the first time since 1919, a span of 18 years, Arkansas did not play LSU in Shreveport, Louisiana. Arkansas went 7-10 against the Tigers, losing the last seven contests. This would become a rivalry known as The Battle for the Golden Boot. The two adjacent states would not meet again until 1953.

Schedule

DateOpponent#Rank#SiteResult
9/25/37*Central OklahomaThe Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 25-0  
10/2/37TCUThe Hill • Fayetteville, ART 7-7  
10/9/37at BaylorWaco, TXL 14-20  
10/16/37at TexasTexas Memorial StadiumAustin, TXW 21-10  
10/23/37SMUFt. Smith, ARW 13-0  
10/30/37Texas A&M#20The Hill • Fayetteville, ARW 26-13  
11/6/37at Rice#16Rice FieldHouston, TXL 20-26  
11/13/37*vs. Ole Miss#20Crump StadiumMemphis, TNW 32-6  
11/20/37*George WashingtonQuigley StadiumLittle Rock, ART 0-0  
11/25/37*at #20 TulsaSkelly FieldTulsa, OKW 28-7  
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll.

1938

1938 Arkansas Razorbacks football
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1938 record2-7-1 (1-5 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

Bailey Stadium
Seasons
« 19371939 »

Overview

The Razorbacks said goodbye to The Hill, an on-campus 300-seat stadium used since 1901, and replaced it with Bailey Stadium, known today as Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The stadium was first University Stadium, but was quickly changed to Bailey Stadium in honor of then-Arkansas governor Carl Bailey. The Hill was demolished and Mullins Library was placed on the old site.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/24/38*Oklahoma A&MUniversity StadiumFayetteville, ARW 27-7  
10/1/38at TCUAmon G. Carter StadiumFt. Worth, TXL 14-21  
10/8/38BaylorBailey Stadium • Fayetteville, AR (Dedication)L 6-9  
10/15/38TexasQuigley StadiumLittle Rock, ARW 42-6  
10/22/38*at #6 Santa ClaraKezar StadiumSan Francisco, CAL 6-13  
10/29/38at Texas A&MKyle FieldCollege Station, TXL 7-13  
11/5/38RiceBailey Stadium • Fayetteville, ARL 0-3  
10/12/38at SMUOwnby StadiumDallas, TXL 6-19  
11/16/38*vs. Ole MissCrump StadiumMemphis, TNL 14-20  
11/24/38*at TulsaSkelly FieldTulsa, OKT 6-6  
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll.

1939

1939 Arkansas Razorbacks football
ConferenceSouthwest Conference
1939 record4-5-1 (2-3-1 SWC)
Head coachFred Thomsen

Home stadium

Bailey Stadium
Seasons
« 19381940 »

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
9/23/39*East Central OklahomaBailey StadiumFayetteville, ARW 32-6  
9/30/39*vs. Mississippi St.Crump StadiumMemphis, TNL 0-19  
10/7/39TCUBailey Stadium • Fayetteville, ARW 14-13  
10/14/39at BaylorWaco, TXL 7-19  
10/21/39at TexasTexas Memorial StadiumAustin, TXL 13-14  
10/28/39*at VillanovaFranklin FieldPhiladelphia, PAL 0-7  
11/4/39#5 Texas A&MBailey Stadium • Fayetteville, ARL 0-27  
11/11/39at RiceRice FieldHouston, TXT 12-12  
11/17/39#17 SMUQuigley StadiumLittle Rock ARW 14-0  
11/30/39*at TulsaSkelly FieldTulsa, OKW 23-0  
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d "Razorback Bowl History - 1934 Dixie Classic." Arkansas Razorbacks Sports Network. Dixie Classic Game Summary Retrieved on 4-27 2008.

 

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