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1969 Arkansas Razorbacks Pennant

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Color: white

$17.49 $24.99
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The Razorbacks were originally known as the Cardinals. Cardinal football began in 1894 and the red and white colors were selected by the team. The team still uses the cardinal red color today. In 1909, the term Razorback was first uttered when coach Hugo Bezdek, proclaimed that the team played like a “wild band of razorback hogs.” The team went undefeated that year and the Razorback name stuck. In 1910 students voted to officially change the name to the Razorbacks and would shout “here come the hogs” as the team took the field. Tusk, a Russian Boar who comes from a farm in Dardanelle, Arkansas, is the official live mascot of the Razorbacks. The current mascot is Tusk IV who is the son of Tusk II. Each Tusk has been in the same lineage. Prior to the Tusk lineage, several hogs represented the team and were often referred to as Big Red. Big Red is now the reserved name for the costumed human mascot.
Product details
The Vintage Brand Premium Pennant is the modern throwback to classic pennants. This soft felt pennant is 12” x 30” and digitally printed in full color. Display it proudly on your wall, in your office or cube at work, and then take it to the game. Durable enough to roll it up and travel to the game. This premium pennant is constructed to last a lifetime!
  • 100% high quality premium polyester felt
  • Dimensions: 12” x 30”
  • Soft, thick (1.55 mm) and durable, 11 oz per yard
  • Digitally printed with environmentally-friendly inks
  • Shipped in a 3” x 15” protective 3-ply mailing tube with plastic end caps
  • Made in the USA
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