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Gamecock Anthem returns the weekly feature "Anthem Roundtable" as we take a look at Arkansas. The Razorbacks are led by quarterback Tyler Wilson and currently own a three-game winning streak over the Gamecocks. Will it end this weekend? Find out what our Anthem Roundtable panelists have to say.
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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By KURT VOIGT AP Sports Writer Arkansas hopes to keep the pressure off quarterback Tyler Wilson this week.
Wilson was pressured throughout a 19-15 win over Tulsa last week, leaving fans in Razorback Stadium gasping after each shot. The senior missed a game and a half earlier this season with a concussion, and his health is critical...
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GamecockAnthem takes a weekly look at a few things to watch for in the upcoming game. This week the Arkansas Razorbacks come to town as South Carolina hopes to end the current three-game win streak by the Razorbacks over South Carolina.
The Arkansas Razorbacks come to Columbia, SC to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks with both teams with lots to play for. For USC, it is about finishing the season strong and getting to a quality bowl. For the Hogs, well it is about respect to what is a bleak season.
USC should win this game but they have to respect Arkansas and not take them for granted. Here are three things...
Arkansas started out the season in the top 10. Now the Razorbacks are one more loss away from being out of a bowl game for the first time in four seasons, after losing to No. 12 South Carolina 38-20 on Saturday.
Mistakes doomed Arkansas (4-6, 2-4 Southeastern Conference) this time.
Tyler Wilson threw two interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown. On their first drive...