Texas A&M Vs. Arkansas Score Update: Razorbacks Storming Back In Second Half

Texas A&M fans have to be feeling the slightly tinge of deja vu all over against this week. After all, the Aggies were up big on Oklahoma State last week before coughing up the lead and losing. And A&M carried a 35-17 edge to the locker room in the game against Arkansas -- and are now trying to hold off a furious third-quarter rally by the Razorbacks.

The Hogs have put ten points on the board so far, the first three on a field gaol and the rest of it on a touchdown pass from Tyler Wilson to Ronnie Wingo Jr. for 13 yards. The Aggies continue to essentially shut down the injury-hobbled Arkansas rushing attack, but Wilson has set the secondary ablaze and is closing in on 400 yards passing for the day.

So far, the Aggies defense has been able to buckle down on force Arkansas to punt on its last two drives. But for a team and a fan base still trying to get over the late-game collapse against the Cowboys, things are probably still a bit too close for comfort.

For more on the Aggies, be sure to visit the SB Nation team blog I Am The 12th Man. Check out all Razorback news and analysis at Arkansas Expats.

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