Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, LA will welcome the Arkansas Razorbacks this week for a matchup with the LSU Tigers. Arkansas comes into week 4 with two wins in their first three games played after a 7 point loss to BYU ended a three-game win streak dating back to last season. Offensively Arkansas had a solid game scoring 31 points despite none in the fourth quarter on 424 total yards of offense. The biggest struggle for the Razorbacks was ball security after turning the ball over twice in the game. Defensively Arkansas struggled as BYU scored 38 points including seventeen in the second half resulting in the victory. Stay in the loop with our College Action and see our College Football Picks.
KJ Jefferson led the way for the Arkansas offense completing 24 passes for 247 yards and one score and ran the ball 13 times for 21 yards as well. AJ Green was the top ball carrier in the game for both sides compiling 86 yards and two scores on 9 carries. Andrew Armstrong led all receivers in the game with 98 yards on 9 receptions, while Luke Hasz added 78 yards and one touchdown on 4 receptions.
The LSU Tigers return home this week ranked number 14 in the nation following a 27 point blowout of Mississippi State. The LSU offense has been phenomenal through the first three weeks as the Tigers are averaging 45.6 points on 537 yards per game. The Tigers defense has been solid allowing 23 points on just over 338 yards through three weeks.
Defensively LSU controlled their game against Mississippi State giving up just 14 points on 201 total yards of offense. The LSU offense dominated compiling 530 yards including 367 through the air leading to 41 total points scored. Jayden Daniels found his rhythm under center early for the Tigers completing 30 passes for 361 yards and two scores and ran the ball 15 times for 64 yards and two scores to lead LSU. Josh Williams added 17 yards and one score on 4 carries, while Malik Nabers chipped in a game high 239 yards and two scores on 13 receptions.