Hog Fans No. 7 in Data Usage

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Thanks to the University of Arkansas’ partnership with AT&T, Razorback fans were some of the most connected fans in college football during the 2014 season. Arkansas fans used approximately 3,538 gigabytes of data or the equivalent of 10.1 million social media posts with photos at home games during the 2014 season. The total ranked No. 7 nationally among the 54 stadiums where AT&T has a Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) on air.

The 590 gigabytes per home game average was the third-highest of any school in the SEC. Arkansas averaged 66,521 fans for its six home games in Fayetteville. Each fan used 8.87 megabytes of date on average during a Razorback home football game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

Arkansas fans used the most data during the Oct. 11 game against No. 7 Alabama, when 681 gigabytes were used at the stadium on game day.

The Razorbacks will travel to Houston to take on the Texas Longhorns in the AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl. The SEC/BIG12 matchup will take place at NRG Stadium in Houston on Monday, Dec. 29 at 8 p.m. and will be nationally televised on ESPN.

Tickets to see Arkansas in the AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl are available at ARKANSASRAZORBACKS.com and fans can find more information on the game at the Bowl Central page at www.arkrazor.com/bowl.

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