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Bet on NCAAFThe 8th rated Razorbacks (8-1) battle against the unranked Volunteers (4-5) in an SEC game at Razorback Stadium this coming Saturday. The Arkansas Razorbacks need this win to keep their hopes alive for a big bowl appearance. The Razorbacks Quarterback Tyler Wilson (195 completions - 316 attempts for 2626 yards) has been putting up impressive statistics for a number of weeks now, and is a huge reason the Hog are on a 5 game winning streak. Averaging 318 yards per game, the Razorbacks are 8th in the country in passing.   Arkansas has a bundle of big-play offensive threats and can handily score from practically any place on the field. Running backs Dennis Johnson (66 carries - 411 yards - 1 TD) and Broderick Green (43 carries - 109 yards - 4 Touchdowns) have combined to grant Arkansas a respectable rushing attack. Wide receivers Jarius Wright (48 receptions - 812 yards - 9 TD) and Joe Adams (41 receptions - 516 yards - 1 Touchdown) make the Razorbacks passing attack a force to be reckoned each and every game.  

The Hogs defense, ranked 40th in the country, allows an average of 23 points per game. But they nearly always finish the job late, when the game is on the line.  

For the Tennessee Volunteers, this season has been something of a disaster. They are 0-5 against SEC competitors this year, and must win two of their remaining 3 competitions to have any expectations for a bowl appearance.  

The Vols superstar Quarterback Tyler Bray broke his thumb versus Georgia earlier this year, a game they lost, and is sadly missed. His loss gave Tennessee almost no hopes of winning their next two contests vs SEC juggernauts Alabama and LSU, which obviously they lost.  

In addition to that, the Vols lost their best wide receiver, Justin Hunter, to a torn ACL in their loss to Florida in week 3. Tennessee has lost 4 of their last five matches, and has lost 4 in a row on the road.  

At home the Arkansas Razorbacks look great to win this game over Tennessee, who haven't been extraordinary in an injury prone season.


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