Expert Predictions on the Georgia Southern vs. Arkansas Game Week 3

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Ean Lamb
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BetUS host Gary Segars is joined by guests Kyle Hunter and Parker Fleming to preview Georgia Southern vs Arkansas College Football Week 3 game. They’ll share their favorite Georgia Southern vs Arkansas Prediction and free NCAAF picks. Join us and get the best picks for Week 3!  BetUS offers a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $2500).


Arkansas is a -23.5 favorite after the whoopin' they put on the Texas Longhorns last week.  The total is 52.5.

Texas hasn't considered Arkansas to be a rival for a long time. Judging by the goal posts coming down Saturday night and with the Longhorns set to join the Southeastern Conference soon, that won't last.  The Razorbacks beat them 40-21.

Arkansas ran for 333 yards, held Texas to 256 yards of total offense.

Arkansas coach Sam Pittman was the Razorbacks’ offensive line coach the last time they played Texas in the 2014 Texas Bowl. He credited his former unit for the big night. Arkansas was 120th in FBS last year in sacks allowed.

“Isn’t that something? (Offensive line coach Cody Kennedy) comes in in June and we rush for 333 yards,” Pittman said. “He’s got some really hard-working kids. They took a lot of heat in the past and will, I’m sure, some in the future. But the way they played, to rush for 333 against a good Texas squad is outstanding.”

The Razorbacks are 2-0 Straight Up and 2-0 Against The Spread.  This is not a situation they find themselves in often of late.

"My numbers do have Arkansas just barely covering because Georgia Southern has looked really bad," remarked Fleming. "Will they be able to match that same intensity?," he asks in reference to last week's big upset victory.

"I think there might be a little bit of falling flat, a little bit of looking ahead to Texas A&M."

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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