STARKVILLE, Miss. — The No. 16 Mississippi State football team plays host to the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. CT inside Davis Wade Stadium.
This past week, Arkansas fell to No. 4 Georgia, 37-10, but the final score does not tell the full story.
The Razorback defense played relatively well, especially in the first half. The game might have been much closer had there not been three key turnovers, but we’ll talk about the Razorback offensive struggles in Thursday’s story.
Arkansas held Georgia to 387 yards of total offense despite the Bulldogs running 89 plays and having the ball for most of the game.