10 facts from Arkansas’ 31-27 loss to Texas A&M

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The Arkansas Razorbacks lost to the Texas A&M Aggies 31-27 in the Southwest Classic at AT&T Stadium. Here are 10 facts from the game:

  1. Saturday marked the 76th meeting between Arkansas and Texas A&M. It was the 10th time the two teams have met in Arlington.
  2. Texas A&M outlasted Arkansas for the eighth straight time in the series, the most consecutive victories for the Aggies in the series.
  3. A&M has never lost to the Razorbacks as a member of the SEC.
  4. The Razorbacks are still 41-32-3 all-time against the Aggies with a 6-4 record at AT&T Stadium.
  5. Starkel’s 109 yards put him over 1,000 passing yards on the season, making it the 13th consecutive season Arkansas has had a 1,000-yard passer.
  6. Former Ashdown Panther Montaric Brown intercepted Kellen Mond in the end zone in the third quarter. It was Brown’s first career interception.
  7. Tight end Cheyenne O’Grady produced eight catches for 91 yards, both career highs, and also were the most by an Arkansas tight end since the 2016 Liberty Bowl when Hunter Henry logged 92 receiving yards against Kansas State.
  8. Devwah Whaley is the first Razorback to score 15 rushing touchdowns in a career since Jonathan Williams had 16 between 2012-16.
  9. Texarkana’s McTelvin Agim now needs just 4.0 sacks to tie for 10th in career sacks at Arkansas (16.5).
  10. Connor Limpert has 34 field goals made in his career, which still places him eighth all-time in Arkansas history, three behind Alex Tejada (2007-10), who sits in seventh with 37.

The Razorbacks get back into action against the Kentucky Wildcats on Oct. 12 after an open week, and there will be 10 facts from that match-up as well.