Breaking down and analyzing the 2019 Arkansas Razorbacks football schedule.
2019 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule Analysis
– If you’re Arkansas and you need wins, you like this non-conference schedule. Not only are there no games against Power Five teams, but all four are home layups – at least they’re supposed to be. Portland State opens things up, and Colorado State and San Jose State should help September be better record-wise than all of 2018. The fourth game is against WKU in November before getting a week off.
– The Hogs get a week off before their first date against the East – going to Kentucky – and they close out the regular season against Missouri. In all, four of the last five games and five of the last seven are in Arkansas.
– The Texas A&M game is a neutral site showdown in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, and getting Auburn and Mississippi State at home helps, but it doesn’t get harder than having road games at Alabama and LSU – at least there’s a week off before the date with the Tigers.