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VOD: Arkansas fan wants the Razorbacks to know she’s still with them

Graham Watson
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Arkansas' overtime loss to Louisiana-Monroe has caused a lot of Razorback fans to turn on their team and curse the season, but one very special fan wants the team to know that she's not giving up on them.

No, she's got a special tune to cheer those boys up and let them know that no matter what, win or lose, she'll always have a song (complete with background singers) in her heart and tape on her nose for her Razorbacks.

This might very well be the greatest fan tribute video ever produced (the woman does have a fine voice despite all the crazy). I hope Arkansas sees it and plays it before every game to truly understand exactly what's on the line every time they step out on the field.

The Internet really is a special place. #Arkansastogether

H/T to kegs 'n eggs and edsbs for sharing this video

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