Arkansas (2-2 SEC) at No. 8 Texas A&M (3-1), Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET (SECN).
Line: Texas A&M by 12 1/2.
Series record: Arkansas leads 41-32-3.
WHAT’S AT STAKE?
The Aggies bounced back from a tough loss at No. 2 Alabama with consecutive wins over then-No. 4 Florida and Mississippi State before an off week last Saturday. Texas A&M looks to build on that momentum on Saturday where a win over Arkansas will keep the Aggies in second place in the SEC West behind the Crimson Tide. The Razorbacks have been inconsistent this season but are coming off a win over Mississippi two weeks ago.
Texas A&M QB Kellen Mond vs. the Arkansas secondary. Mond has thrown for 984 yards and nine touchdowns with just two interceptions. Arkansas ranks first in the nation with 10 interceptions after the team had six, including two that were returned for TDs, in its last game against Ole Miss.
PLAYERS TO WATCH
Arkansas: LB Grant Morgan. The senior had a career-high 19 tackles, including three for losses, and a sack in the win over the Rebels. He also broke up two passes and returned an interception 23 yards for a touchdown to earn SEC co-defensive player of the week honors. He leads the SEC and ranks fifth in the nation by averaging 13 tackles a game.
Texas A&M: RB Isaiah Spiller. The sophomore ranks fourth in the SEC with 430 yards rushing and leads the league by averaging 6.72 yards a carry. He’s gained 100 yards or more in three of four games this season and has four rushing touchdowns.
FACTS & FIGURES
These teams are playing on campus for the first time since meeting at Arkansas in 2013 after playing the last six games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. ... The win over Ole Miss was Arkansas’ first home SEC victory since 2016. ... Arkansas WR Treylon Burks set career highs in receptions (11) and yards receiving (137) against the Rebels. Freshman DB Hudson Clark had three interceptions against Ole Miss. ... Texas A&M has an eight-game winning streak in the series. ... Mond needs 267 yards of offense to pass 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel (9,989) for most yards in school history. ... Texas A&M is allowing just 75.5 yards rushing a game, which ranks fifth in the nation.