Texas A&M football: 3 keys to victory against Arkansas

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2. Make Arkansas one-dimensional

This isn’t exactly a tough thing to do. Arkansas has struggled to do anything productive offensively in 2018, but their quarterback play has been particularly erratic. Part of that could be Morris not feeling confident enough in either guy to name a starter.

Cole Kelley started the opener, but then Morris went to Ty Storey after he lit it up against Eastern Illinois. Storey struggled against Colorado State so he went back to Kelley. Kelley threw four interceptions against North Texas and was pulled, seemingly for good. Storey played the entire game against Auburn and has won the job, for now.

The Aggies will win this game going away if they stop Arkansas’ rushing attack and build a big lead, forcing Morris’ struggling offense to throw the ball and come from behind. This will make them one-dimensional and very easy for Elko’s group to slow down.