AUBURN, AL - FILE: Running back Knile Davis #7 of the Arkansas Razorbacks runs with the ball during the game against the Auburn Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium on October 16, 2010 in Auburn, Alabama. Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino announced on August 12, 2011 that Knile Davis of the Arkansas Razorbacks is expected to miss the season because of ankle injury. (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)
We are back after a one day delay, and why not have today's matchup feature the TCU Horned Frogs who are actually in action tonight in the Poinsettia Bowl. If this game were to happen it would be one of the better games in the first round. I think I have said that for a handful of games, but it is true most of these games are great compared to most of what we see during bowl season.
The Arkansas pass offense would be difficult for TCU's secondary to slow down as they have struggled to stop Mountain West teams to beat TCU's secondary. However, the TCU offense should be able to keep pace and this game has the chance to be similar to the TCU vs. Baylor game.
|41.7 PPG||37.4 PPG|
|443.9 Total YPG||445.8 Total YPG|
|209.08 Rushing YPG||138.08 Rushing YPG|
|233.8 Passing YPG||307.8 Passing YPG|
|21.3 Points allowed per game||22.8 Points allowed per game
|346.3 Yards allowed per game||371.4 Yards allowed per game|
|127.33 Rushing yards allowed per game||174.33 Rushing yards allowed per game|
|220.3 Passing yards allowed per game||197.1 Passing yards allowed per game|
|+2 Turnover margin||+0 turnover margin|
|2.00 Sacks per game||1.83 Sacks per game|
My prediction for this game would be Arkansas defeating TCU 42-38 in a back and forth game.
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TCU (40 votes)
Arkansas (82 votes)
122 total votes