A chant of "Woo Pig Sooie" is known worldwide as a Hog Call. Just like any good tradition, there are lots of versions of the Hog Call (even spellings).
        A properly executed Hog Call is composed of three "calls," slowly raising one's arms from the knees to above the head during the "Woo." Traditionalists prescribe an eight second "Woo." The fingers should be wiggled and the "Woo" should build in volume and pitch as the arms rise.
        Upon completion of the "Woo," both arms are brought straight down with fists clinched as if executing a chin-up while yelling, "Pig". The right arm is extended up and out with the "Sooie."
        A full Hog Call -- the kind one will always hear victorious Lady'Back teams execute after contests -- requires two more Hog Calls, followed immediately by a "Razor--Backs" yell, coordinated with a pumping motion of the right arm after the third "Sooie." So, in order, the full Hog Call is:

Woooooooo. Pig. Sooie!
Woooooooo. Pig. Sooie!
Woooooooo. Pig. Sooie!
Razorbacks! (or Lady’Backs)


Listen to the full call || Listen with the alternate Lady'Back ending

        By the way, the proper spelling of the Hog Call is “Woo Pig Sooie”.
        Not “Whoo”, something one might say when finishing a difficult task.
        Not “Sooye”, potentially the name of someone of Asian descent.
        Not “Sooey”, a spelling best associated with Chop Sooey.