Aggies look to begin new winning streak versus Arkansas on Saturday night

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On Saturday night, the Aggies will take on No. 10 Arkansas, in AT&T Stadium, and look to begin another winning streak versus the Razorbacks.

This will be the 79th match-up in program history, dating back to their first competition on the gridiron in 1927, in which the Aggies hold an overall record of 33-42-3.

Last year, the Aggies’ nine-game winning streak (2012-2020) was snapped, in AT&T Stadium, as they were defeated 20-10. It was tough sledding for Zach Calzada who completed just 56% of his passes for 151 yards and an INT, getting sacked three times. Isaiah Spiller had a productive day on the ground, rushing for 103 yards on 12 carries. For the Razorbacks, K.J. Jefferson completed just seven passes, yet maximized his completions, throwing for 212 yards and 2 TD. Treylon Burks had a massive performance, posting six receptions for 167 yards and a receiving touchdown.

The Aggies will look to rebound in 2022 and show additional week-to-week growth following their improved offensive performance in Week 3.

No. 20 Texas A&M plays No. 10 Arkansas on Saturday, 6:00PM CT, in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium.

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