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Final — The Razorbacks defeat Missouri 34-17! Arkansas ends the regular season with an 8-4 record.
Fourth Quarter — Arkansas continues to pile on the points in the fourth quarter. Rocket Sanders scored his second touchdown of the day on a 7-yard rush and Cam Little hit his second field goal of the day from 29-yards out. The Razorbacks leads Missouri 34-9.
Third Quarter — The Arkansas offense came alive to start the second half. The Razorbacks added two touchdowns in the span of about two minutes as Trelon Smith ran for a four-yard score and KJ Jefferson found Treylon Burks for a deep 52-yard touchdown, putting the Hogs up 24-6. Missouri once again tacked on a field goal. Arkansas leads the Tigers 24-9.
Second Quarter — The Missouri Tigers tie the game at 3-3 in the second quarter courtesy of a 46-yard field goal. But Arkansas retook the lead after a 43-yard pass to Treylon Burks set up a one-yard punch-in touchdown by Rocket Sanders to make it 10-3 Hogs. The Tigers added another field goal to make it 10-6 at halftime.
First Quarter — Arkansas leads Missouri 3-0 after the end of the first quarter. Cam Little drilled a 36-yard field goal for the Razorbacks.
The Arkansas Razorbacks (7-4) host their final home game of the season as they take on the Missouri Tigers (6-5) at Razorback Stadium Friday afternoon.
The Hogs, who are ranked 25th in the nation, are coming off a hard fought loss against No. 2 Alabama, while Mizzou is riding high after defeated Florida in overtime last week to officially become bowl eligible this season. Although Arkansas has already punched their ticket to the postseason, a win today would help their case to potentially make a push for a New Year’s Six bowl game.
It’s also senior day for the Hogs and we will be live streaming the senior day festivities at approximately 2:10 p.m. (CST) right on this page. You can also follow along here for live updates during the game, including a live halftime and postgame show.