Arkansas football hosts LSU on Saturday in Fayetteville. Here is your first look at LSU.
LSU Season So Far
LSU Injuries and Suspensions
[LB] 11/15/2020 – Micah Baskerville is “?” Saturday vs Arkansas (Undisclosed)
(!)[QB] 11/15/2020 – Myles Brennan is out indefinitely (Oblique)
[LB] 10/29/2020 – Travez Moore is out for season (Personal)
[T] 10/26/2020 – Dare Rosenthal is out indefinitely (Suspension)
[NT] 10/28/2020 – Siaki Ika is out for season (Left Team)
[TE] 09/10/2020 – Ray Parker is out indefinitely (Suspension)
[DT] 09/16/2020 – Nelson Jenkins III is out for season (Personal)
[NT] 09/03/2020 – Tyler Shelvin is out for season (Personal)
[WR] 09/03/2020 – Ja’Marr Chase is out for season (Personal)
Challenges for Arkansas
Arkansas is much improved over the past couple of seasons. Now they get a well-rested LSU team which is coming off a COVID postponement. Reports are saying that LSU should have most of its players back for this game. The Tigers have struggled at times this season, however, the hogs, as improved as they are, are in no position to overlook anyone. LSU is loaded with talented, athletic players some of who were among the most heavily recruited prospects in the country. If the hogs can allow no LSU runner to eclipse 100 yards in the game they improve their chances of winning. LSU is 25-1 under head coach Ed Orgeron when they have a rusher go for 100 or more yards in a game.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 11:00 AM CT (12:00 PM ET). You can watch this Arkansas football game on the SEC Network.