Arkansas 44, Mississippi St. 17

Tyler Wilson completes a school-record 32 passes while passing for 365 yards and three touchdowns and tight end Chris Gragg has career highs with 8 catches and 119 yards while the defense also does its part as No. 6 Arkansas hammers Mississippi State 44-17 Saturday in Little Rock and sets up a showdown at No. 1 LSU next Friday.

Tyler Wilson had a school-record 32 completions as No. 6 Arkansas defeated Mississippi State 44-17.

Wilson finished 32 of 43 for 365 yards and three touchdowns.

The win is the seventh straight for the Razorbacks (10-1, 6-1 Southeastern Conference), who travel to No. 1 LSU next week for a game with conference and national title implications.

It also clinched the first back-to-back 10-win seasons since 1988-89 for Arkansas, which completed its first undefeated season at home since 1999.

Chris Gragg led the Razorbacks with a career-high 119 yards receiving on eight catches. The tight end also had a 2-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter that put Arkansas up 31-10, and the Razorbacks outgained the Bulldogs 539-211.

All six of Mississippi State's (5-6, 1-6) losses this season have now come against teams currently ranked in the BCS standings. The Bulldogs were held to six three-and-outs.

Joe Adams hauls in a 32-yard touchdown catch from Tyler Wilson.

Wilson was 32-of-43 passing for 365 yards and three touchdowns

Chris Gragg had a career day with 8 catches for 119 yards.

With his touchdown catch on Saturday, Cobi Hamilton now has 12 career touchdowns with six of them coming in Little Rock.

Bobby Petrino has now led his team to back-to-back 10-win seasons.

Tenarius Wright and the other Arkansas defenders pressured Mississippi State's quarterbacks all game long.

Photos by Marc F. Henning

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