3. Let Kellen Mond win with his arm
One thing the Razorbacks have done well this season is stop teams from running the football. However misleading that stat may be — they are No. 104 in the country at stopping the pass, so teams have thrown it all over them — Jimbo Fisher needs to unleash his newfound weapon in the arial attack.
Kellen Mond is showing unbelievable poise in the pocket. He is hanging in there way more than he did a year ago, when it was one, maybe two reads and he would take off running. Mond’s legs are 100 percent an asset, and as long as the offensive line struggles to stay in front of pass rushers, he will get to use them, but Arkansas can be beat down field.
A&M has a multitude of weapons that can get open and will get open against the Razorbacks’ defense. Fisher will try to establish the run early no doubt, but the play-action game will be there and those weapons should be able to make plays.