The Tigers are back home after a hard fought battle against No. 2 Alabama.
LSU plays two of its last three games in Tiger Stadium beginning with the Arkansas Razorbacks Saturday morning.
The Tigers enter the game with a 6-3 record and are 3-2 in the SEC.
The Razorbacks, winners of two in a row, are 4-5 overall and 1-4 in the SEC this season.
Florida A&M (49-7), New Mexico State (42-24), Ole Miss (38-37) and Coastal Carolina (39-38)
TCU (28-7), Texas A&M (50-43), South Carolina (48-22), Alabama (41-9) and Auburn (52-20)
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Here's a look at the Tigers and Razorbacks, by the numbers ...
|First Downs Allowed||151||182|
|Rushing Yards Allowed||1282||1712|
|Passing Yards Allowed||1571||2088|
|Total Yards Allowed||2853||3800|
|Total Yards Allowed/Game||317.0||422.2|
OFFENSIVE STARS FOR THE RAZORBACKS:
Devwah Whaley: 92 carries, 428 yards, 4.7 average and 4 touchdowns
David Williams: 85 carries, 425 yards, 5.0 average and 5 touchdowns
Cole Kelley: 84 of 141 passing for 1002 yards, 3 interceptions and 8 touchdowns
Austin Allen: 66 of 117 passing for 850 yards, 4 interceptions and 8 touchdowns
Jonathan Nance: 33 receptions, 497 yards, 15.1 average and 5 touchdowns
Deon Stewart: 24 receptions, 279 yards, 11.6 average and 3 touchdowns
DEFENSIVE STARS FOR THE RAZORBACKS:
De'on Harris: 81 total tackles, 7 for loss, 2.5 sacks, 2 pass breakups and 1 quarterback hurry
Dre Greenlaw: 73 total tackles, 2 pass breakups and 2 quarterback hurries
Santos Ramirez: 51 total tackles, 2 for loss, 1 interception, 3 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery
Kamren Curl: 34 total tackles, 6 pass breakups
Kickoff: 11 a.m. Tiger Stadium
PREDICTION: LSU 31, Arkansas 13
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