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Texas A&M Aggies vs. Arkansas Razorbacks Info

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Razorbacks vs. Aggies Football Game

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Recent Matchups

Saturday, September 27, 2014 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Aggies 35, Razorbacks 28 Arkanssas and Texas A&M both took the trip to Arlington, Texas to face off at AT&T Stadium for this SEC showdown. Arkansas came out of the gates swinging with their star back Collins, who finished the day with 131 yards and a touchdown. After taking a 28-14 lead in the third quarter over the Aggies, it appeared the Razorbacks had secured their first SEC win of the season. Two fourth quarter touchdown passes from Kenny Hill would alter that future sending the game into overtime where hill capped his 386 yard performance with a fourth touchdown pass to win the game 35-28.

Saturday, September 28, 2013 at Razorback Stadium (Fayetteville, AR) Aggies 45, Razorbacks 33 It was the Johnny Football show in the first half where Manziel began his 23 of 30, 261 yard passing performance to take down the Razorbacks 45-33. Despite a valiant effort from Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen, who passed for 282 yards with 3 touchdowns, the Aggies proved to be the better team with a fourth quarter TD to put the game out of reach.

Saturday, September 29, 2012 at Kyle Field (College Station, TX) Aggies 58, Razorbacks 10 In their first competition as conference foes, Manziel made the most of his opportunity to give his alma mater a show. With a school record of 453 passing yards and an SEC record for total yards of offense (557 yards) Johnny Manziel took the game into his own hands to lift the Aggies over the Razorbacks 58-10.

Saturday, October 1, 2011 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Razorbacks 42, Aggies 38 Starting the season just 4 positions away, Arkansas and Texas A&M headed to Jerry World to showcase their talents. Right out of the gate it was A&M who jumped to a 35-17 lead in the first half on the back of Christine Michael who ran for 230 yards on 38 carries adding 3 touchdowns to the Aggies score. The second half would be a different story as the Razorbacks shut down the Aggies holding them to just 3 points to take the 42-38 win.