LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Hogs are gearing up for another game day in Fayetteville.

Arkansas (3-7, 1-6) is set for a late kickoff against Florida International University (4-6) at 6:30 p.m. in Razorback Stadium. Fans can also watch the game on ESPNU.

The Pig Trail Nation GameDay Show crew is also set to prepare fans with another week of exclusive content as the Hogs prepare to face the Panthers. This week’s show can be streamed live in the media player above beginning at 10 a.m.

This game brings the Razorbacks closer to the end of the 2023. After this week, the Hogs close out the regular season with Missouri in Razorback stadium the day after Thanksgiving.

Check back for more game day updates throughout the day. 


Arkansas came out in the 4th quarter and extended the lead to 41-20 with a 39-yard field goal from Cam Little.

The Hogs scored again on a 41-yard field goal from Cam Little to bring the score to 44-20.


FIU came out in the second half and managed to get back on the scoreboard with a 12 yard touchdown pass to bring the score to 24-20.

K.J. Jefferson responded with a touchdown pass of his own from 32 yard to bring the score to 38-20.


After breaking the Razorbacks record for most touchdowns in the first quarter, K.J. Jefferson continued his record-breaking ways by passing Tyler Wilson for most passing yards in school history.

Jefferson also showed up huge for the Hogs on the scoreboard after hitting Tyrone Broden on a 4 yard touchdown to put the Hogs up 14-13.

On the next drive, the Hogs defense took over when Alfahiym Walcott ripped the ball away from a receiver and took it 28 yards for a touchdown to put the Hogs up 21-13.

The Hogs were able to increase their lead a short while later when Cam Little hit a 30-yard field goal to put the Hogs up 24-13.

With the first half winding down, the Hogs got back on the board with a 31-yard touchdown run from Dominique Johnson on 4th down to put Arkansas up 31-13.


The Hogs offense came out hot and scored on their first drive of the game, a 10 yard pass to Jaedon Wilson.

The touchdown was number 65 of K.J. Jefferson’s career, giving him the all-time school record for touchdowns, passing Brandon Allen.

Florida International’s offense responded quickly and Keyone Jenkins scored on a 1 yard touchdown run to tie the game at 7.

The teams traded punts and then eventually the Panthers scored again on a 12 yard pass from Keyone Jenkins to Dean Patterson bringing the lead to 13-7.