A look at Razorback facilities
The first sign that greets a visitor to the UA weight room lets you know that serious business is straight ahead.
There are plenty of free weights in the strength and conditioning facility.
And, there are plenty of cam machines, too.
It's a spacious facility with room for most of the squad to work at one time.
There are goals and reminders everywhere you look.
The stations are numerous in the weight room.
The UA's theatre-type team room ... large enough for the entire squad ... has a massive mural with Brandon Burlsworth (77) and Madre Hill running with some wild hogs. There is a big-screen projection system for film review.
This is just the top half of the team meeting room.
The UA locker room has reminders of the numerous bowl trips.
This is the varsity locker room. A spacious JV and freshman locker room is nearby.
In the athletic department's study hall, each player has an individual area.
The computer room is massive. There is plenty of access to the net.
Shawn Andrews' locker has some big shoes, size 17s to be exact.
The football museum has a massive slide display, and this is the entrance to a video theatre for highlights of UA stars through the years.
The football museum has many displays, including one on the 1964 national title squad seen here.
This is the newly expanded south end zone of Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
College football's biggest replay screen sits atop the Broyles Center in the north end zone of Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Arkansas has the best indoor workout facility in the nation. Walker Pavilion was recently updated with AstroPlay field turf. The facility houses a full-sized football field.
The facility has superb lighting for indoor workouts.
All side supports have foam padding for the protection of the players.
The facility is big enough to conduct workouts for the offense and defense at the same time.
The field turf was installed in the summer of 2002 and drew rave reviews from coaches, players and trainers.
Photos by Clay Henry