We all know that Garth Brooks is a legend and here is one great example to that fact. He learned how to call the Hogs before his show in Arkansas this past weekend.

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Close to 80,000 people were expected to fill the Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville to see Garth Brooks at the sold-out show. And it sounds like he did not disappoint.

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Garth also announced during a press conference that he would pay to replace the sod on the field after the show as a Thank you for letting him perform there.

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According to 5Newsonline he also jokingly gave a disclaimer for the Razorbacks' season next year.  “If you have a great season next year, it’s all because of me. Just want you to know. If you have a bad season, it’s whoever you hired to put the sod down. I wish I could help you.

Watch Garth Learn to Call the Hogs

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We found video of Garth learning how to call the Hogs before the show.

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Looks like Garth is a quick learner. He did a great job and of course, he let the Razorback fans take control of the call.

 

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