Texas A&M vs. Arkansas Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info


The Texas A&M Aggies and Arkansas Razorbacks renew their rivalry on Saturday in “The Southwest Classic” at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.

Arkansas is looking to break a three-game losing streak to Texas A&M, losing last year 35-28. Prior to 2012, the Razorbacks won three games in a row against the Razorbacks.

For both teams, Saturday’s meeting is their first SEC game. Texas A&M is off to a hot, 3-0 start, while Arkansas has dropped two games in a row and enters at 1-2 with its back against the wall. Bret Bielema needs this one in the worst kind of way after falling to Toledo and Texas Tech, and seemingly losing all of the momentum he picked up at the end of last season. 

Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Texas A&M vs. Arkansas online live stream options, TV broadcast information, and game notes.

Texas A&M vs. Arkansas Live Stream & TV Broadcast Information

  • Venue: AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX)
  • Date: Saturday, September 26
  • Kickoff Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
  • National TV: ESPN
  • Texas A&M vs. Arkansas Online Live Stream: WATCH ESPN, Texas A&M Radio

Texas A&M vs. Arkansas Prediction

Arkansas is way overdue for an attitude game. This might be the moment when the offensive line takes over and makes the season all about being smashmouth – the style of football, not the horrific band. Unfortunately, the defense isn’t playing up to snuff, and Texas A&M will take advantage with a good, balanced attack that might not be explosive, but will be brutally effective.

For a complete breakdown of the matchup and score prediction, check out Pete Fiutak’s Texas A&M vs. Arkansas preview.

Game Notes

  • The Aggies and Razorbacks are meeting for the 72nd time, with Arkansas leading the series 41-27-3. The Aggies have won the last three matchups.
  • This will be the fifth matchup between the two in Arlington, and they are scheduled to meet at AT&T Stadium through the 2024 season.
  • The Razorbacks are one of just four FBS teams that have not allowed a sack in three games this year.
  • Texas A&M have outscored its opponents 49-10 in the first quarter so far this season.

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