It may be too early to claim, but Arkansas could have the most impressive home schedule in the SEC for the 2016 season and just added TCU as an out of conference away game in Fort Worth, TX. The two teams have not played each other since Arkansas beat TCU in a regular season matchup in 1991.
Arkansas will play Alabama, Florida, LSU, and Ole Miss at home next season. Two of those teams, LSU and Florida, are currently leading the conference this season. The Crimson Tide hold an 8-game win streak against Arkansas, the largest margin of victory being 52-0 which came in the 2012 season.
On the road, Arkansas will travel to Auburn, Mississippi, and Missouri. In a historic rivalry matchup that dates back to 1903, the razorbacks will play Texas A&M at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX, which is referred to as “The Southwest Classic”.
Bret Bielema and his team need three more wins this season to become bowl eligible for the second year in a row. They still have a tough road ahead, traveling to Ole Miss and LSU, then returning to Fayetteville to host Mississippi State and Missouri.
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