COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - If anyone can relate to what Arkansas is going through this season, it's Texas A&M.
The Aggies (2-1) entered last season with a top-10 record and national championship aspirations before early losses dashed those hopes and had A&M barreling toward a mediocre finish.
This year, it's the Razorbacks (1-3) who are dealing with disappointment. They started the season ranked No. 8 before a shocking overtime loss to Louisiana-Monroe. That was the first loss of a three-game skid which Arkansas brings into Saturday's game against the Aggies.
Both teams are looking for their first Southeastern Conference victory in this one, and harboring memories of last year's meeting with one another. The Aggies led 35-17 at halftime in 2011 before a second-half collapse led to a 42-38 Arkansas win.