6:00 pm CST
Announcers: Mike Patrick Play-by-play, Ed Cunningham Color, Dr. Jerry Punch Sidelines
Livestreaming: WatchEspn.com and the Watch ESPN App (no notes of blackout at this time)
Surprise! Chuck Barrett and Keith Jackson will call the game.
Here's the list of affiliates. (you can also stream the call from that link on standard or mobile)
On satellite radio, the game will be on Sirius 134 and XM 190.
Don’t Mess With Them Bad Boys In Red: #BeatState
Arkansas is currently listed at (-4.5) with an O/U (58). Arkansas is finally back on the favorite side of the number in an SEC game (First time since Auburn in Week 8). If Coach B and staff have followed through on their promise to "play humblers" this week, I expect a fired up and still hungry Arkansas team to cover that number. Keep an eye on the under as well.
But no rain!
This game has plenty on the line: Continued momentum for a surging Razorback team, Pecking order in the SEC West standings, strengthening the resume for a Florida (New Years?) Bowl, and as always ‘Crootin’. The biggest thing on the line may be who will finish as 1st team All SEC at Quarterback between Brandon Allen and Dak Prescott. Dak is 222/343 for 2651 yards, 18 TDs and 2 INTs and a 145.8 passer rating. BA is 183/284 for 2617, 22 TDs and 6 INTs and a 163.2 passer rating. Barring any kind of disaster in their final games of the season, the winner of this matchup is the likely winner of that 1st team spot.
Dan Enos’ balanced offense should keep Arkansas ahead on the scoreboard for most of the game. The Razorback defense will need to have the kind of performance they had against mobile threat Tennessee’s Joshua Dobbs instead of the one they had against Ole Miss’ Chad Kelly to close out the Bulldogs on Saturday night.
Remember Hog fans, "Hunt early, Tailgate, and then Call the Hogs"
Players to watch: QB #15 Dak Prescott, WR #1 De’Runnya Wilson