Eibner, who tossed a complete game one-hitter against the Bulldogs last season, was nearly as impressive this time around, giving up just two runs on six hits in seven innings of work and going 3-for-5 at the plate with four RBIs.
"He had a great day," Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn said. "It's hard enough pitching and then when you're hitting in the middle of the lineup behind Andy Wilkins and Zack Cox, a lot of times the right-handers are going to pitch around those guys and pitch to you. He did a great job, drove in four runs and had a couple of big two-out hits."
"I don't know what it is about Georgia but I seem to play all right against them," Eibner said. "You know, my freshman year they beat us two out of three and last year they beat us twice on two walk-off hits. It's nice to win this series."
Like Drew Smyly Friday night, Eibner got off to a rough start against the Bulldogs, giving up one run in the first inning to put the Hogs in an early hole. But like Friday night Arkansas first baseman Andy Wilkins responded in the bottom half of the inning, this time with a two-run double that gave the Razorbacks a 2-1 lead they wouldn't relinquish.
Later in the inning Monk Kreder extended his hitting streak to 18 games with an RBI single to give the Hogs a 3-1 lead.
That settled Eibner in as he worked his fourth seven-inning game in five outings. Eibner struck out three while walking only one batter. Georgia didn't score again until the seventh inning on a sacrifice fly.
It was Eibner's first win on the mound since Feb. 27 against Troy.
Eibner provided himself plenty of run support with a two-run double in the fourth and an RBI single in the sixth to extend the Razorback lead to 6-1. It was a nice turnaround for Eibner at the plate after struggling in the midweek against New Mexico, including one game in which he struck out five times.
"I kind of got away from my plan at the plate in those games," Eibner said. "I was thinking too much and almost being too perfect. I was trying to find the perfect pitch instead of trying to make contact at the plate.
"I went back to being aggressive last night and it was the same today."
That aggressive attitude applied to the entire Arkansas offense, which recorded 10 runs on 15 hits. In their current seven-game conference winning streak the Razorbacks have scored 76 runs and recorded 115 hits.
"I think we're confident," Van Horn said. "We've been swinging the bats well, pitching well and fielding the ball pretty well. It seems like we've kind of settled in on a pretty good batting order and lineup and it's been clicking pretty good for about three weeks now. We'll stick with it."
Jeremy Heatley worked the final two innings out of the bullpen for the Razorbacks, allowing no runs on one hit. Heatley is the only reliever that has pitched in two games against the Bulldogs (11-24, 3-11).
Arkansas will go for the sweep Sunday with a 1:05 p.m. first pitch. DJ Baxendale will make his first career conference start for the Razorbacks. Baxendale pitched five scoreless innings in a start Tuesday night against New Mexico.