LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Hogs are back in Fayetteville to face the Auburn Tigers.

The faceoff is set to kick off in Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium at 3 p.m. For fans not on The Hill, the game can be watched on the SEC Network or fans can follow along on

The Pig Trail Nation GameDay crew is also in Fayetteville to give fans updates and exclusives before kickoff. The show can be watch in the media player above at 10 a.m.

The Hogs (3-6, 1-5) finally broke their losing streak last week against Florida in an overtime nail-biter in Gainesville. The Tigers (5-4, 2-4) are coming off wins against Mississippi State at home and then Vanderbilt on the road.

Check back throughout the day for more game day updates. 


Auburn took the ball to start the game and ended up capping a 6 play, 75-yard drive with a 12 yard touchdown run by quarterback Payton Thorne.

The Razorbacks offense got the ball back and proceeded to go three and out. After punting it away to Auburn, Keionte Scott took the kick back 74 yards for a touchdown to put the Tigers up 14-0.

After getting the ball back, the hogs went three and out again. The Tigers offense responded once again by driving down to the red zone before scoring on an 11 yard pass from Payton Thorne to Rivaldo Fairweather to put the Tigers up 21-0.

The Razorbacks offense eventually got some momentum together and were able to get on the scoreboard on the strength of a 39-yard field goal from Cam Little to make the score 21-3.


Throughout the second quarter, both teams battled back and forth, but neither offense was able to gain enough momentum to get on the scoreboard.

Both Auburn and Arkansas traded punts back and forth in the quarter until Auburn scored on a 39 yard field goal from Alex McPherson to put the Tigers up 24-3. 

The Tigers got the ball back at the very end of the half and managed to tack on a 32-yard field goal to put the hogs down 27-3 at halftime.


Auburn came out in the third quarter on fire and widened the lead early after Payton Thorne hit Ja’Varrious Johnson for a 14-yard touchdown pass to make the score 34-3.

After getting the ball back, the Tigers scored again on an 11-yard touchdown pass from Payton Thorne to Rivaldo Fairweather to put Auburn up 41-3.

The Tigers got on the scoreboard again towards the end of the third when Ben Battie scored on a 7-yard run to put the Tigers up 48-3.


Jacolby Criswell started the 4th under center for the hogs and they scored their only points of the 2nd half on an 11-yard touchdown pass to Isaac TeSlaa to bring the score to 48-10.

The Hogs wouldn’t get back in the end zone again and the Tigers won 48-10 and becoming bowl eligible.