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  • 25 Jun
    导出博客文章Mississippi State looked bad against Alabama last weekend. Meanwhile, Arkansas
    was thumped by LSU at home.But the Bulldogs (4-6, 2-4 Southeastern Conference)
    and Razorbacks (6-4, 2-4) both say they still have plenty of confidence going
    into their meeting on Saturday in Starkville, Mississippi. Theyre also not going
    to underestimate each other just because of one rough game.After all, the SEC
    Western Division has a way of humbling just about everybody at some
    point.Alabama has made a lot of people look not-so good, Arkansas coach Bret
    Bielema said.He added that Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen is extremely
    talented. Hes obviously taken that program to heights its never been before, if
    you remember it was just a year or two ago they were in the top 1, top 5
    conversation. That doesnt happen by chance.Mississippi State was dominated in
    last weekends 51-3 loss to the top-ranked Tide. But the Bulldogs are less than
    two weeks removed from a 35-28 upset win over then-No. 4 Texas A&M.When
    Mississippi State is playing well, its usually got a good ground game going with
    quarterback Nick Fitzgerald and running back Aeris Williams. This weekends game
    appears to be a good matchup for the Bulldogs: The Razorbacks rank close to the
    bottom of the SEC in rushing defense.Arkansas hopes to rekindle a passing attack
    that was great during the first half of the season, but has struggled over the
    past few weeks. Quarterback Austin Allen is 3rd in the SEC with 2,501 passing
    yards.Mississippi State has won four in a row in the series, but the past three
    have been decided by a touchdown or less.We have to be ready to play for four
    quarters, Mullen said. Every year this game comes down to the last play.---Some
    other things to watch when Mississippi State hosts Arkansas on Saturday:ALLENS
    HEALTH: Arkansas quarterback Austin Allen led the SEC in passing efficiency
    through the first half of the season, but the first-year starter has struggled
    since his right knee was injured against Auburn on Oct. 22. In the 2 + games
    since the injury, the junior has completed only 35 of 71 passes (49.3 percent)
    and was 15-of-31 passing for 210 yards and two interceptions in a loss to LSU
    last week. Allen said hes fine, but he has appeared less-than-willing to push
    off his back leg on several throws in recent weeks.RUSH WOES: The Razorbacks
    rush defense has been hit or miss this season, but mostly miss. A week after
    allowing only 12 rushing yards by Florida, Arkansas allowed the Tigers to gain
    390 yards on the ground last week. LSU sophomore Derrius Guice led the way with
    a career-high 252 yards rushing, and the Razorbacks are now last in the country
    against the run -- allowing an average of 6.3 yards per carry.INSTANT CLASSIC:
    Mississippi State and Arkansas played an entertaining game one year ago that
    ended with the Bulldogs taking a 51-50 victory in Fayetteville. Bulldogs
    quarterback Dak Prescott -- who is now leading the Dallas Cowboys -- accounted
    for a school-record 554 yards of total offense and seven touchdowns. The
    Bulldogs rallied from a 42-31 deficit and blocked an Arkansas field goal in the
    final seconds to secure the win.BIG PLAY FITZ: Mississippi States Fitzgerald has
    run for 10 yards or more on 33 plays this season, which ranks 11th nationally
    and is tops in the SEC among players at any position.ROSS AMONG MSUS BEST:
    Mississippi senior receiver Fred Ross has become the most productive player at
    his position in school history. Over the past four weeks, Ross has set four of
    the schools career records, including catches (184), consecutive games with a
    catch (32), 100-yard receiving games (9) and receiving yards (2,275).---AP
    Sports Writer Kurt Voigt in Fayetteville, Arkansas, contributed to this
    story.---More AP college football at www.collegefootball.ap.org and
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