Arkansas dominates Jell-O shot competition

It’s always a party when the college baseball world takes over Omaha, Nebraska each June for the Men’s College World Series, but a local joint kicks things up a notch.

At Rocco’s Pizza and Cantina, you can watch three of America’s main cultural pillars collide: baseball, competitive spirit, and booze. The restaurant hosts a Jell-O shot contest where the eight CWS fanbases compete to consume more servings of alcohol-filled jelly than any other.

A group of rowdy college baseball fans knocking down hundreds of Jell-O shots is right in our wheelhouse here at For The Win, and we’ve been watching the competition eagerly all week long.

The competition was neck and neck for the first few days, and while Arkansas fans eventually started to pull away, Ole Miss and Texas A&M were still very close to enter the second day of action of the Round 1 in the CWS.

But it seems there are, in fact, two things Arkansas fans do better than any other team: getting amped up like hell on a hog call and getting off Jell-O shots. as if there was no tomorrow.

When Razorback fans started flocking to Rocco ahead of Saturday’s CWS Arkansas opener against Stanford, they fired nearly 1,000 Jell-O shots in just three hours, snapping their lead. .

Let’s take a look at the updated dashboard, shall we?

Yeah, it could be curtains, guys.

Arkansas undoubtedly has one of the most rabid fanbases in all of college baseball. The team has reached three of the last four CWS, but is still in the hunt for its first national title after finishing second national in 2018.

Regardless of what happens to Team Omaha this year, Arkansas fans should still be proud to drink, or uh, sippingall other fans under the table.

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