FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Maybe a change of scenery will change the Hogs luck.
The Arkansas Razorbacks (1-3, 0-1) will travel to Texas A&M Aggies (2-1, 0-1) Saturday for the first Southeastern Conference meeting between the two schools. Kickoff is 11:17 a.m. on the SEC Network. The game is the Razorbacks's first game out of the state of Arkansas.
The Aggies and Razorbacks have a history. The schools played the past three seasons in Dallas as non-conference rivals. Arkansas won all three games, holding a 41-24-3 advantage in the all-time series.
News and Notes:
*Texas Two-Step: Arkansas is 4-0 in the state of Texas since the 2009 season.
*Hot Hamiliton: Cobi Hamilton came to life against Rutgers last Saturday. He set an SEC record for receiving yards with 303. The senior from Texarkana, Texas leads the country in yards-per-catch with 18.6.
*Special Teams Warning: Texas A&M's Dustin Harris leads the nation in yards per punt return with more than 15-yards. He leads the country in total punt return yards with 880, despite only playing three games.
*Sack-Attack: Junior Aggie Damontre Moore leads the nation in sacks per game and tackles for losses.
*Out-Rushed: Arkansas' running attack has been out-gained 586-391 yards through the first four games. Knile Davis' average leads the Razorbacks with 52-yards per game.
They Said It:
"I think everyone handles different things differently," said Arkansas center Travis Swanson. "We had high expectations coming into the season and this is kind of a shock to all of us and we are trying to figure out what we need to do to fix everything. Do I think the season is over? No, not at all. I think it's still just beginning and we can still turn this season around and make it a great one."