Arkansas Razorbacks are also
playing for their post season lives.
hit the road for the first time in more than a month and take on 12th-ranked South
Carolina. The Razorbacks need to upset the Gamecocks to get bowl
Aaron Peters has our Razorback Nation report.
If you're an Arkansas
football fan then you know the scenario by now. A tough stretch to end the
season starting on the road at top ten BCS
South Carolina. But the good news for Arkansas
is they have these guy's number. They've won five out of six including three
straight over the Gamecocks."
"I think they understand what's happened the last few
times that we played them," said Arkansas
quarterback Tyler Wilson. "Same players, they've been there. We went to South
Carolina last time and got a big win. And we're going
to come out and battle. We're not laying down against these guys."
"We're just going to try to come in and play
hard," said Arkansas
defensive end Chris Smith. "I always say, our record does not define this
team. We've had our ups and downs and everything like that. But we can still go
in there and play. When we play together it's hard to beat us too."
"They seem to have regrouped somewhat," said South
Carolina coach Steve Spurrier. "I think they've
several of their few games. I think they're 4-and-5 coming here. And their
hopes obviously are to go to a bowl game. So they need a couple of wins and
they'll be ready to play us."