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Arkansas Razorbacks (1-4)

@

Texas A&M Aggies (3-2)

Saturday, September 29

AT&T Stadium

Attendance: 55,383

Week 5
17
24
Final @

Arkansas

Texas A&M

Game Leaders

Razorbacks
Aggies

PASSING

Storey

14/26, 193 yds, 1 tds, 1 int

Mond

17/26, 201 yds, 0 tds, 2 int

RUSHING

Boyd

10 car, 47 yds, 0 tds

Williams

29 car, 152 yds, 2 tds

RECEIVING

O'Grady

3 rec, 77 yds, 0 tds

Buckley

5 rec, 72 yds, 0 tds

TACKLE

Harris

12 solo, 4 ast, 0 misc

Alaka

3 solo, 4 ast, 0 misc

Capers-Smith

5 solo, 2 ast, 0 misc

Jashaun Corbin returned the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown and Trayveon Williams ran for 152 yards and two scores as Texas A&M defeated Arkansas for the seventh consecutive time winning 24-17 on Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas.

Sporting the Southeastern Conference's top-rated offense the Aggies (3-2 1-1 SEC) instead turned to a stifling defense that limited the Razorbacks (1-4 0-2) to just 248 yards of offense to give head coach Jimbo Fisher his first SEC win.

Texas A&M took charge before its offense could even take a snap against Arkansas and new defensive coordinator John Chavis who held the position with the Aggies from 2015 through last season.

Arkansas allowed 288 return yards in a loss to Auburn last week and its special teams' woes continued when Corbin cut through the first wave of defenders and burst down the right sideline for a quick 7-0 lead.

Williams finished an eight-play 79-yard drive on the first series from scrimmage with a 1-yard plunge for his team-best fifth rushing score.

Seth Small made it 17-0 by drilling a 30-yard field goal at 12:36 of the second. It was his sixth consecutive field goal to start the season but he later missed a 36-yarder to end the half.

Before Small's miss 6-foot-7 backup quarterback Cole Kelley tipped a high snap in the shotgun formation to himself snared the ball and bulled in to snip the Razorbacks' deficit to 17-7.

Connor Limpert drew Arkansas to within a touchdown when his 47-yard field goal on the second half's first series made it 17-10.

Small clanked his second miss off the right upright from 33 yards with 9:33 remaining to keep Arkansas within one score but the Aggies' defense forced a three-and-out before Williams' second TD on a 4-yard run with 5:03 left.

Ty Storey's 29-yard TD pass to Michael Woods at 3:16 brought the Razorbacks to within one score again but Aggies safety Donovan Wilson's interception ended Arkansas's final drive.

--Field Level Media

Updated: Sept. 29, 2018, 2:40 p.m. - Note: all times are Eastern Time