Hawgs Illustrated's Clay Henry on Halftime about Aggies giving up rushing yards may be something Hogs can exploit Saturday.
Nashville Sports Radio's Bill King on Halftime thinks the play of experienced offensive line gives Hogs real chance against A&M.
Arkansas will be facing a talented group of defenders Saturday, Sam Pittman says they won't go to stadium until pregame.
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Arkansas' ground game has put up big numbers through three games and will need to again in Arlington.
Razorbacks' defensive lineman Taurean Carter, running back Dominique Johnson have played there before, but not game this big.
Hogs linebacker Bumper Pool lets his sister deal with ticket requests going back to Texas; Clary on different positions.
Only 25% of the current schedule has been played, but Arkansas has released the slate of games for next year.
Playing A&M in Arlington this year allows Hogs to give out tickets, but can't interact with players; Fisher's recruiting strength.
Derek Ruscin and Zach Arns closed the book on Georgia Southern, now it's Texas A&M and the SEC schedule.
Moving into conference play is going to be a rougher stretch for Arkansas heading into game with Aggies on Saturday.
Arkansas coach Sam Pittman wrapped up win last Saturday, then looked ahead to this week's game with Aggies in Arlington.
The league office released the start time at 11 a.m. on Oct. 2 and it could be a high-profile game.
Tom Murphy of the Democrat-Gazette talked Monday's morning about KJ Jefferson's passing day in 45-10 win over Georgia Southern.
Sam Pittman wants to have best team and Saturday's matchup with Aggies will be good indicator of that goal.
Arkansas coach Sam Pittman didn't have many negative things after rolling over Eagles; Texas A&M next week.
Treylon Burks and KJ Jefferson after the win over the Eagles on the Razorbacks' dominating offensive output.
Arkansas' defense pitched a shutout in the second half against the Eagles behind Tre Williams, Jalen Catalon.
Follow live updates as 20th-ranked Arkansas hosts Georgia Southern today at Razorback Stadium on a warm, sunny day.
Arkansas radio sideline analyst Geno Bell said on Halftime nobody should be looking ahead to next week's game with Aggies.
Fox Sports Radio's Aaron Torres on Halftime about surprise at scoring by Arkansas in 40-21 romp over Longhorns.
Avoiding Trap Game: Arkansas fans are still celebrating win over Longhorns but Georgia Southern still coming to town.
ESPN' Dave Neal on The Morning Rush: "It was hard to not have Arkansas pom poms out" during Texas game.
KJ Jefferson leads SEC quarterbacks in rushing after two games, but one place ranked him last in league in preseason.
Democrat-Gazette recruiting writer Richard Davenport talked with the guys on hard-hitting safety Anthony Brown plus offer to Greenwood's Kane Archer.
|HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS|
|Following is the final Overall Top 10 high school football teams in Arkansas and the top five in Classes 7A, 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A and 2A, as voted by a panel of sports media from around the state for the preaseason. Ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points and ranking from the last poll of 2019:|
|3.||North Little Rock (2)||3-0||90||4|
|10.||Little Rock Christian||4-0||29||10|
|Others receiving votes: Fort Smith Northside 21, Benton 7, Springdale Har-Ber 6, Shiloh Christian 5, El Dorado 2, Harrison 2, Wynne 1.|
|2.||North Little Rock (2)||3-0||40||3|
|Others receiving votes: Bentonville 10, Fort Smith Northside 1.|
|1.||Lake Hamilton (5)||3-0||53||2|
|Others receiving votes: Little Rock Parkview 8, Sylvan Hills 3, Van Buren 1.|
|1.||Pulaski Academy (9)||2-1||57||1|
|2.||Little Rock Christian (3)||4-0||46||2|
|Others receiving votes: Vilonia 9, Camden Fairview 6, Greenbrier 5, Valley View 1.|
|1.||Shiloh Christian (11)||2-1||58||1|
|3.||Joe T. Robinson||2-1||35||3|
|Others receiving votes: Crossett 9, Arkadelphia 1, Lonoke 1, Prairie Grove 1.|
|3.||Harding Academy (1)||3-1||35||2|
|Others receiving votes: Osceola 6, Hoxie 3, Newport 3, Paris 3, Centerpoint 2.|
|Others receiving votes: Junction City 13, Poyen 4.|