In Week 10's undercard of top-10 SEC teams, Arkansas is taking it to South Carolina in Fayetteville. And yet the Hogs only have a 10-point halftime lead.
Arkansas's up 24-14, but the Razorbacks have more than quintupled South Carolina's offensive output in the first half, rolling up 253 yards to the Gamecocks' 48. Tyler Wilson's thrown for 175 yards and two touchdowns, and Dennis Johnson housed a kickoff return for the Hogs.
But Wilson also threw an interception that Devin Taylor took back 48 yards for a touchdown, and South Carolina put together a lone touchdown drive in the first quarter, and Arkansas dropped a touchdown pass and missed a field goal on its final possession of the first half.
So, somehow, Arkansas doesn't have a massive lead on the scoreboard, despite a truly impressive advantage in the box score.
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