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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | November 27, 2015

It takes quite a bit to feed the Razorbacks

Every wonder how much food a football team eats at Thanksgiving dinner?

During Friday’s Arkansas vs. Missouri matchup, CBS had that answer. The Razorbacks are known to have one of the largest offensive lines in college football, so the ‘hogs’ must be fed. Check out this graphic to see how much the Arkansas football team ate at its Thanksgiving feast on Wednesday:

Turkey is a staple of any Thanksgiving meal, but you have to love the 250 pounds of prime rib thrown into the mix for good measure. The extra fuel is clearly working for the Razorbacks, who have a commanding lead in their game against Missouri.

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