The Texas A&M Aggies are fresh off of a road SEC win over the Auburn Tigers and will transition into preparations for the Arkansas Razorbacks in the their annual match-up inside AT&T Stadium.
The Razorbacks had a bit of a tune-up game this week, hosting Texas State and handling them easily in a 42-3 lopsided victory.
Each week we want to take a peek ahead at next weekend's opponent and how their previous game week is wrapping up heading into the Aggies' game week.
The Razorbacks do a great job of packaging everything in one place on their website. You can see a complete wrap of their win over Texas State including post-game press conference from head coach Bret Bielema. You can find that HERE.
The Razorbacks pretty much had their way with the Bobcats. Running back Rawleigh Williams piled up 122 rushing yards and a pair of scores on the ground while quarterback Austin Allen had a solid day behind good protection. He completed 16 of his 21 passes for 241 passing yards and a pair of touchdowns.
The razorbacks defense combined for four sacks of the Bobcats and even got a pick-6 from cornerback Ryan Pulley along the way.
Texas A&M fans will recognize a new face in the Razorbacks backfield this year as freshman Devwah Whaley has seen plenty of action. Whaley is from Beaumont and was heavily courted by the Aggies in the 2016 recruiting class.