In the week's best looks, Cal wears a cool throwback and Arkansas honors a great Razorback.
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Bryan Jaroch ESPN Producer
Arkansas Cowboy-inspired uniforms #A&MvsArkansas @razorbackFB
TAMU slightly favored over Arkansas
Texas A&M has won its SEC opener in each of the last three seasons and will get the Razorbacks in Arlington, Texas on Saturday (Noon ET, ESPN/ESPN app). The Razorbacks are 10-22 in SEC games under Bret Bielema.
Expect a fierce battle of the Bulldogs while the Gators vs. Wildcats will be a clash of struggling offenses.
Only the Razorbacks equipment manager can explain how Arkansas is going to Texas to play a home game dressed as the Dallas Cowboys.
What happened to Alabama's competition? The inevitability of another Crimson Tide SEC coronation is already creeping in.
In Week 4's college football look ahead, Will Harris examines Arkansas' must-win SEC matchup and explores the impact of the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks' tough loss to Cincinnati.
Take a look back on the best performances of Week 3 in the SEC and look ahead to Week 4.
Alabama, as usual, tops the rankings, but Mississippi State makes a big jump up the list, while Tennessee continues to sink.
The Razorbacks will honor Jerry Jones by wearing Dallas Cowboys-inspired uniforms vs. the Aggies in the Southwest Classic at AT&T Stadium on Sept. 22.
Along with the "gimme" games, this week features some intriguing matchups -- especially K-State vs. Vanderbilt.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said the left tackle position is the one they need to get right going forward. Colton Jackson started against TCU, but Arkansas may move right tackle Johnny Gibson or others over to that spot to help protect Austin Allen. Bielema sounded pleased with the other linemen against TCU, even though the Hogs scored only seven points.
Take a look back on the best performances of Week 2 in the SEC and look ahead to Week 3.
It's hard to quibble with a quarterback winning his first road start -- at Notre Dame -- so it's no surprise the Bulldogs are on the rise.