- Arkansas struggled to score against Texas A&M, only managing one offensive touchdown
- The offensive line had difficulty protecting the quarterback and establishing a rushing attack
- Head coach Sam Pittman acknowledges the need for evaluation and improvement
The Arkansas Razorbacks struggled on offense and only managed to score one touchdown in a 34-22 defeat against the Texas A&M Aggies. Head coach Sam Pittman’s team continued to struggle, totaling just 174 yards in the game. The lack of offensive success cannot be blamed on penalties, as the Razorbacks were not flagged once on the offensive side of the ball. The offensive line also had a tough game, allowing seven sacks and limiting the rushing attack to just 42 yards. Arkansas will need to reevaluate and make necessary changes before their next game against the Ole Miss Rebels.
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