FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas is proud to announce former Razorback quarterback Scott Bull as the honorary captain for the Arkansas-South Carolina football game on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005.
The University of Arkansas Men’s Athletic Department will present an honorary captain for each Fayetteville home game this season. Each honorary captain will be honored prior to the game on the field, recognized on the SmartVision and will accompany the Razorback captains to midfield for the coin toss. The honorary captain will also appear at the Fuji Film Legends Tent in the SBC Trough approximately 90 minutes before game time.
Scott Bull lettered at the University of Arkansas in 1972, 1974 and 1975. During his career, Scott rushed formore than700 yards and completed 47 passes for 808 yards andsix touchdowns. His longest pass was a 74 yarder to Freddie Douglas against TCU in 1974.
Bull was a captain of the 1975 squad. He was named the Crip Hall Award winner for the 1975 homecoming game and led his squad to a Southwest Conference co-championship highlighted by a 31-6 win over then second ranked Texas A&M.. With a 31-10 win over Georgia in the Cotton Bowl, Bull and the Razorbacks finished with a national ranking ofNo.7 in the AP Poll.