Dec 5, 2022
Being a Razorback has always meant something to the people of Arkansas. There’s something to be said for an Arkansas kid reaching his fullest potential with the Razorbacks. And that’s the case for Louis Campbell, whose success with the Hogs made him among the most revered coaches in the state. A Hamburg native, Campbell was a three-year starter on defense for the Razorbacks in the early 70s, and still holds a school postseason record, with three interceptions vs. Tennessee in the 1971 Liberty Bowl. But Campbell wasn’t done with Arkansas when his playing career ended. After spending time coaching at Alabama, Oklahoma State and with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he got the call to come home, and spent the next 18 seasons with the Razorbacks. Louis Campbell realized his potential as a player and coach with the Razorbacks. He’s Arkansas through and through.