Razorbacks Football

Four Downs: Chaney Checking Creativity After Struggles

1. Self Evaluation: Arkansas scored a season-low 10 points in its loss at Mississippi State last Saturday.
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Arkansas Eager For Exhibition Opener

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas forward Alandise Harris is looking forward to the exhibition opener against Central Oklahoma for a number of reasons.
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Bielema: ‘These Guys Never Quit’ Despite Losses

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas has prided itself on being resilient despite the ongoing frustration, finding ways to pick itself up after several gut-wrenching losses.
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Four Downs: Marshall ‘Cleared To Play’ Against LSU

1. Marshall Returns : Arkansas running back Korliss Marshall was back at practice after serving a three-week suspension for an unspecified violation. Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said the sophomore should be back on the field when the Razorbacks play LSU as well.
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Arkansas, LSU Kickoff Set For 7 p.m.

FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas-LSU game has a new place on the schedule, moving out of its season-ending slot for the first time since the Razorbacks joined the Southeastern Conference in 1992.
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Razorback Rewind — Mississippi State 17, Arkansas 10

Grading the Five Keys
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Arkansas Suffers Another ‘Numbing’ Loss

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen’s reaction told the story in Davis Wade Stadium on Saturday night.
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Prescott’s Pass Dooms Razorbacks

STARKVILLE, Miss. — For three quarters, Dak Prescott hardly looked like a Heisman Trophy favorite. His numbers were fair, not overly impressive against the 47th-ranked pass defense in the country.
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Notes: Penalty Problems; Williams Banged Up

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Arkansas faced a tall task against Mississippi State’s defense, which has been solid against the run and stingy in the red zone all season.
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Mississippi State 17, Arkansas 10 — Key Performers

TREY FLOWERS - Arkansas’ star defensive end played like it Saturday. He had seven tackles, two for loss and two quarterback hurries. More than that, he forced both Mississippi State running backs and quarterback Dak Prescott to account for him every play. He was the most disruptive player on the Razorbacks defense.
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Mississippi State 17, Arkansas 10 — By the Numbers

Key numbers from Arkansas’ 17-10 loss at No. 1 Mississippi State:
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Arkansas Takes Aim At Top-Ranked Bulldogs

FAYETTEVILLE — Mississippi State became the answer to a trivia question on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs were the first team to stand on top of the College Football Playoff’s inaugural poll when it was unveiled on national television.
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Arkansas vs. Mississippi State - Pregame Analysis

FIVE KEYS TO TONIGHT’S GAME
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McFain Works Way Into Starting Role

FAYETTEVILLE — Adam McFain wasn’t on Arkansas’ 105-man roster when the Razorbacks began preseason practice in August.
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Four Downs: MSU’s ‘Stature’ Impresses Chaney

1. Ranking? What Ranking?: Mississippi State is ranked last in the Southeastern Conference in total defense, allowing 439.6 yards a game. The Bulldogs also are, statistically, one of the worst pass defenses in the country after surrendering 321.6 yards through the air.
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Bielema’s Tricks a Treat For Razorbacks

FAYETTEVILLE — On the surface, Bret Bielema is simply a football tough guy.
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Four Downs: Hogs Looking Over Punt Return Options

1. Return Options: Arkansas appears to be looking everywhere for a punt returner.
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Qualls’ Dunk Leads Red To Scrimmage Win

FAYETTEVILLE — Michael Qualls helped Arkansas beat Kentucky with a putback dunk in the final second of overtime last season.
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Arkansas Gaining Confidence With Passing Game

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas offensive coordinator Jim Chaney wasn’t at field level last Saturday, but could sense quarterback Brandon Allen’s relief from his seat in the coaches’ box in Razorback Stadium last Saturday.
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Four Downs: UA Preparing For Clanging Cowbells

1. More Cowbell: The sound of clanging cowbells will reverberate throughout Davis-Wade Stadium on Saturday night, when Mississippi State (7-0, 4-0 in SEC) plays its first home game as college football’s top-ranked team.
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