Found September 20, 2012 on
A large crowd of Arkansas students held a surprise pep rally to greet the Razorbacks football team as they walked off the field after Wednesday's practice.
It was a great show of support by the students after two straight losses, which included getting crushed 52-0 by Alabama last week.
Maybe in some strange way, the students are heeding head coach John L. Smith's advice to "SMILE!"
. H/T Dr. Saturday
Related: Arkansas football coach John L. Smith asks media to smile (Video)
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