FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Arkansas Razorbacks have returned home to face off against the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Kickoff for the Razorback homecoming game is set for 11 a.m. and can be watched on ESPN or the ESPN App.


The fourth quarter started out with more of the same with Arkansas unable to gain any significant ground during their first drive of the quarter which ended with the Bulldogs intercepting a major pass from KJ Jefferson.

The tide nearly turned with just over seven minutes in the quarter when a Mississippi State play quickly turned into a fumble that Arkansas ran into the endzone, but a false start from the Bulldogs reset the play and led to a punt.

Similar to the third, neither team was able to gain any ground and score more points.

Razorbacks fall to the Bulldogs, 7-3.


Both teams remained in a deadlock for most of the third quarter, trading possessions until Arkansas punted to put the ball at Mississippi State’s three-yard line.

The Bulldogs were hit by a string of penalties at that position until Wright threw a 30-yard pass to Justin Robinson to close out the third.

Neither team was able to put more points on the scoreboard, leaving it at 7-3 going into the fourth.


Mississippi State started off the second quarter with a statement with Mike Wright passing to Jo’Quavious Marks for a touchdown after a short push, putting the score at 7-3.

This quarter wasn’t as friendly to Arkansas after several unsuccessful drives down the field, a few penalties and no additional points on the board.

Razorbacks go into halftime trailing the Bulldogs at 7-3.


The starting drive by the Bulldogs was cut short when a pass from Mike Wright was intercepted by Alfahiym Walcott. The Razorbacks pushed down the field until Cam Little scored a 24-yard field goal so the Hogs could be the first to put points on the board at 0-3.

After that, the Hogs and Bulldogs spent the rest of the quarter trading possessions with neither grabbing any more points.

The Pig Trail Nation GameDay Show is set for 10 a.m. and can be watched live in the media player above or on KARK and KNWA.

The Hogs (2-5, 0-4) are aiming to break their losing streak and claim their first conference win of the season. Mississippi State (3-3, 0-3) is hoping for their first SEC win as well.

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