RazorVision to Stream 2010 Homecoming Halftime Show for FREE 12


Whether you are in the stands or in your living room, the Razorback Marching Band wants you to be part of the Homecoming Halftime Show.

This year, the band will be playing “Thriller” and is asking anyone who wishes to participate to learn the moves and dance along with thousands of Razorback fans. Everyone is invited including those at home to dance along during the bands rendition of “Thriller.”

The Homecoming Halftime Show will be streamed live through RazorVision for FREE thanks to University Athletics. In an effort to help make Homecoming more inclusive Athletics has decided to offer the 2010 Homecoming Halftime Show for FREE through RazorVision so that everyone can watch and participate in the bands rendition of “Thriller”. The Halftime Show will also include the presentation of the 2010 Homecoming Court.

To watch the Halftime Show:

  • Visit the RazorVision site when the game clock hits zero ending the second quarter.
  • Select the “RazorVision coverage of halftime and Homecoming court presentation.” (Note: Starting time will change based on game play, and DOES NOT include any game action.)


Leave a comment

12 thoughts on “RazorVision to Stream 2010 Homecoming Halftime Show for FREE

  • Byadams

    You have to be kidding, what a terrible thing this “new dance”. It is actually disgusting . The traditional Calling The Hogs is all we need, this “dance” cheapens our history and image, we will be the laughing stock of the nation. CANCEL THE DANCE AND CALL THE HOGS Byron Adams 65/66 Williamsburg Virginia

    • texashogfan

      byron, did you graduate in 65 or 66 ?? if so that tells the story. This is one of the most beloved songs and dances for folks from 20-55 – the place will be rocking to this song/dance. Almost makes me wish we had not made our road trip to ark for the Ole Miss game and had saved it for this one. Sorry my friend but you are totally wrong on this one.

  • Byadams

    You have to be kidding, what a terrible thing this “new dance”. It is actually disgusting . The traditional Calling The Hogs is all we need, this “dance” cheapens our history and image, we will be the laughing stock of the nation. CANCEL THE DANCE AND CALL THE HOGS Byron Adams 65/66 Williamsburg Virginia

    • texashogfan

      byron, did you graduate in 65 or 66 ?? if so that tells the story. This is one of the most beloved songs and dances for folks from 20-55 – the place will be rocking to this song/dance. Almost makes me wish we had not made our road trip to ark for the Ole Miss game and had saved it for this one. Sorry my friend but you are totally wrong on this one.

  • Fairshare7

    Type your comment here.Anyone who thinks this is embarassing has no clue to what they are talking about. I am the proud parent of a Razorback Marching Band member who works her tail off week after week to present great halftime shows for the enjoyment of all those who are lucky enough to attend a game in person. I for one am tickled to death to be able to see one of the halftime shows tonight that are otherwise never televised. Don’t kid yourself, the RMB works just as hard as the football team without the recognition. GO RMB and GO HOGS!

  • Fairshare7

    Type your comment here.Anyone who thinks this is embarassing has no clue to what they are talking about. I am the proud parent of a Razorback Marching Band member who works her tail off week after week to present great halftime shows for the enjoyment of all those who are lucky enough to attend a game in person. I for one am tickled to death to be able to see one of the halftime shows tonight that are otherwise never televised. Don’t kid yourself, the RMB works just as hard as the football team without the recognition. GO RMB and GO HOGS!