Matchups to watch: Texas A&M-Arkansas 

September, 28, 2012
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• Arkansas WR Cobi Hamilton vs. Texas A&M CB Deshazor Everett
The Aggies have shifted Everett, who started the last two games at safety, back to cornerback for this week and his help will be warranted against the big, productive Hamilton. The 6-foot-3, 209-pound senior set an SEC record last week with 303 receiving yards in Arkansas' loss to Rutgers. Handling Hamilton will be key for the Aggies' defense.

[+] EnlargeBen Malena
Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesBen Malena has started the last two games at tailback for Texas A&M.
• Arkansas OG Alvin Bailey and C Travis Swanson vs. Texas A&M DTs Kirby Ennis and Spencer Nealy
The Texas A&M defensive front has done a solid job rushing the passer and against the run in the Aggies first three games and credit is due to both Ennis and Nealy. In Bailey and Swanson, the Razorbacks have a pair of preseason All-SEC picks, both of whom are returning starters from a year ago, anchoring the interior of their offensive line. The Razorbacks haven't been able to run it particularly well though, averaging just 3.3 yards per carry as a team.

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