FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas offensive coordinator McGee didn't like the lack of fight he saw during last week's 38-14 loss to Alabama.
Whether the performance was a sign of things to come will soon be determined for the No. 18 Razorbacks (3-1). They have a chance to find out quickly on Saturday when they step out of Southeastern Conference play to face No. 14 Texas A&M (2-1) in Dallas.
Arkansas entered last week's SEC opener leading the conference in scoring at 47 points and total offense with more than 500 yards per game. The Razorbacks gained only 226 yards against Alabama — including just 17 yards rushing on 19 attempts.
The offensive line that lost three starters from a season ago struggled and allowed multiple hits on quarterback Tyler Wilson. Now the face the country's top pass-rushing team in the Aggies.
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