Penny-per-point-scored pizza prices "when" Arkansas upsets Auburn, says Fayetteville restaurant owner

Eureka Pizza in Fayetteville, Arkansas will offer dicounted pizzas "when" the Razorbacks upset No. 6 Auburn. (

FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas -- The owner of a pizza joint in Arkansas says he will be selling large one-topping pies at a huge discount when the Razorbacks upset the sixth-ranked Auburn Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium this weekend.

According to a release from the Fayetteville-based Eureka Pizza, owner Rolf Wilkin will price his pizzas at one cent for every point the Hogs score in a victory over the Tigers on Saturday.{} For example:{} If Arkansas defies all odds and beats the defending SEC champs by a score of 21-20, Wilkin will offer his large pizza (pepperoni, sausage or cheese) at a price of $.21.

"We are so pumped for the beginning of football and we're so confident of a win that will be a big part of restoring Razorback Football to national prominence," Wilkin said. "We wanted to make a statement in support of the team and the best fans in the world."

The discounted pizzas will be offered to "at least the first 1,000 customers" on Monday, Sept. 1, according to a release.

"We're asking that coach Bielema run up the score big time to help limit our financial losses."

Auburn is currently favored to beat Arkansas by 21 points.