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Written by Jordan Grummer
If sports at the University of Arkansas were a solar system, football would be the sun. The whole state rallies around Razorback sports, in general, but nothing gets the meat in the seats like football. The student section, which has an upper and lower section with about 10,000 reserved seats combined, tends to only get full for the bigger games. The sections are indicative of how much a student cares about the game—those in the upper section might get to the game in the second quarter and then leave at half-time to keep drinking, while those in the lower section are usually there for the game. Only the biggest night or afternoon games will boast a full student section. Meanwhile, the crowds at Bud Walton Arena for basketball games can get insanely loud. With about 20,000 seats, it's one of the biggest on-campus basketball arenas in the country, but lately attendance has been down as the team rebuilds.
Baseball is one of the most easily accessible and fun Razorback athletic events to attend as a student. It's free, and you're allowed to bring a cooler filled with adult beverages. The area for students is large, and most people that go tend to spend more time at the ice chest than watching the baseball team. Underage drinking seems to be perfectly OK at baseball games. There are several cops posted there, but they won't say anything as long as your drink is in a cup; they could arrest about a third of the students there for underage drinking.
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