Arkansas continues to impress, and now the Razorbacks have added Texas A&M to the teams they’ve knocked off in convincing fashion, 20-10.

Plenty of Texas A&M fans pointed criticism directly to Jimbo Fisher, mainly because Arkansas was the underdog in the game, and the Aggies had higher expectations coming into the season. As criticism was directed toward Fisher, plenty of praise went for Sam Pittman, who has successfully turned around Arkansas in lightning quick fashion.

It snapped Texas A&M’s 11-game winning streak which dated back to last season is its longest since 12 in a row under coach R.C. Slocum in 1992. The Aggies had won the previous 9 games against Arkansas, all of those coming since they became SEC foes in 2012. Arkansas hasn’t started 4-0 since 2003. It’s also a big jump for the Arkansas program, which last had a chance to get to 4-0 in 2016, when in their fourth game the Razorbacks lost 45-21 to Texas A&M the last time they met with both ranked.

Now the Razorbacks turn their attention to a huge noon game next week at No. 2 Georgia in the latest test on the Razorbacks’ difficult schedule.

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