FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Arkansas-Mississippi State football game Saturday is the 28th matchup between the SEC West foes. Arkansas won the most recent meeting, 58-42, in Starkville last season. The Hogs will serve as hosts for the game. Find game time, TV channel and information on how to watch online below. Arkansas and Mississippi State will be broadcast on CBS. Arkansas and Mississippi State can be viewed online via CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App. (Cable or satellite subscription required to log in.)
Welcome to SEC Country’s daily Arkansas Razorbacks recruiting notebook. In this edition, we discuss the recruiting visitors for this weekend. Arkansas’ matchup with Mississippi State on Saturday will bring several recruits to Fayetteville. The game will kick off at 11 a.m. CT inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. In particular, five junior college prospects will be on campus as official visitors.
Arkansas’ 2018 recruiting class is providing hope for the future in the midst of a disappointing 4-6 season. The class currently includes 11 commitments, leaving the Razorbacks with just a few openings to fill in the class. The Hogs will use this fall as an opportunity to bring some of the final remaining targets on campus for official visits in hopes of putting the finishing touches on the class. Here’s an update on where things stand for the 2018 class:Arkansas’ 2018 class is ranked No.
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