Vibe Check: Arkansas vs Texas A&M

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By @bamawill06

For Whom the Jukebox Tolls

Wasn’t long ago that both Arkansas and Texas A&M were struggling. Granted, the Razorbacks’ struggles probably violated the “cruel and unusual punishment” part of the Eighth Amendment, but Arkansas HC Sam Pittman has pulled a 180 in Fayetteville and now the Hogs have re-established themselves as a program to be reckoned with. The Aggies’ rise hasn’t been near as dramatic, but they’re positioned to build a potential beast in College Station if HC Jimbo Fisher can get things humming.

Saturday in Dallas brings 10th-ranked Arkansas and #23 Texas A&M together in what’s shaping up to be one whale of a game, so let’s see what folks are saying about it.

Opinions about what will happen in the game vary among the Texas A&M faithful, but those opinions are very firm. Not many are sitting on the fence with this one.

Football-adjacent game predictions are welcomed for Arkansas fans.

I don’t know if the Aggies are properly equipped to handle these numbers.

Texas A&M fans might want to worry about more than just their mashed potatoes this weekend.

This should be a really good, hearty battle with Arkansas looking to use its imposing offensive line while Texas A&M will want to attack the Razorbacks’ secondary.

I think Aggies QB Max Johnson can do enough to keep Texas A&M in the game. Arkansas’ running game will lean on the Aggies’ defense and wear them down so expect them to pull away late. Oh and as mentioned above, look at the under.

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