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Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of a Razorback National Championship

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On April 4, 1994, the Arkansas Razorbacks won their first ever national championship in men’s basketball. Final 4 MOP (Most Outstanding Player) Corliss Williamson and late game hero Scotty Thurman led the Hogs to a 76-72 victory over the Duke Blue Devils in Charlotte, North Carolina. Coach Nolan Richardson completed his journey to the top of the coaching profession, after also winning a Junior College National Championship and the NIT championship earlier in his career.

For fans of the Razorbacks, it was a moment they’ll never forget and one they would like to experience again with current head Coach Mike Anderson, an assistant on that 1993-1994 championship team. From magazine covers and Coke bottles to t-shirts and baseball caps, commemorative merchandise was made available for a rabid fan base that was proud of the accomplishments of their team.

Twenty years later, that sense of pride still runs deep. The University of Arkansas finished in the top 10 of the annual list of top-selling institutions for the first time in 2012-2013 according to the Collegiate Licensing Company. Razorback fans are still hungry for high-quality products that help them celebrate past accomplishments while also looking ahead to bigger and better days. Go Hogs!

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