COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- After playing four straight home games to open the season, No. 10 Texas A&M gets back to SEC play this week with a trip to Arkansas.
The Aggies hope to continue their road dominance from last season when they were a perfect 7-0 away from College Station.
Texas A&M's road success last season was highlighted by its 29-24 win at top-ranked Alabama.
The Aggies beat Arkansas 58-10 last season in their first meeting as Southeastern Conference rivals after losing their previous three against the Razorbacks.
Coach Kevin Sumlin said there's no secret to his team playing well on the road. The Aggies keep things simple.
"It's what we do. We don't change our routine much," Sumlin said. "Same routine we use at home we use on the road. Just like a lot of different things, you to try to keep it all the same."
He tries to encourage his team to use the crowds on the road to its advantage.
"You try to create own energy," Sumlin said. "As a competitor, the...