Five storylines: Texas A&M vs. Arkansas 

September, 27, 2012
Texas A&M jumps back into Southeastern Conference play for the first time since opening the season with a Sept. 8 loss to Florida when the Aggies (2-1) host Arkansas (1-3) on Saturday at Kyle Field. Texas A&M has won two in a row (over SMU and South Carolina State), but this game figures to be a stiffer test, even with the Razorbacks having lost three straight. Let's take a look at five storylines for the Aggies as their next game approaches:

1. Redemption
The Aggies and Razorbacks have met each of the last three years, and in all three meetings, the Razorbacks came up with the win. That includes last season when the Aggies led by 18 points at halftime, only to be on the receiving end of a 42-38 defeat. So needless to say, there's an emphasis by the Aggies on Saturday's game, particularly from the seniors who have yet to count a win over the Razorbacks on their resume and would like to add one.

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