In fact members of the team visited an Omaha children's hospital on Wednesday.
It's all good for the Hogs, who won their first two games of the College World Series and now await Wednesday's South Carolina-Kent State game.
The Razorbacks will face the winner in the Bracket Two final tomorrow night.
Arkansas started play beating Kent State 8-1, but the golden flashes rallied and knocked off top seed Florida/
Then the Hogs beat South Carolina, a top seed which has won two straight national championships, ending the Gamecocks run of 12-straight CWS wins, and 22-straight postseason wins.
Facing Carolina would probably be a tougher matchup, but coach Dave Van Horn said the Razorbacks aren't picking sides.
"It's not impossible to come out of the loser's bracket," Van Horn said. "Teams do it now and then. It's just one game at a time obviously. We don't cheer for anybody we just play. That's what we've been talking about. When in you're in a tournament, you can't be wishing anybody well or anybody bad because sometimes when you do that, whoever you do that ends up getting after you. You've just got to go watch and take them one at a time."