Hogs hold off Aggies, 24-17

Ryan Mallett threw three touchdown passes in the first half then struggled to do anything else, and safety Tramain Thomas intercepted a pass in the end zone on the game's final play to give No. 11 Arkansas a 24-17 victory over
Texas A&M.
The Razorbacks (4-1) had plenty of chances to break the game
open. They recovered three fumbles inside the Aggies 40-yard line,
but managed only one field goal out of it, their only points in the
second half.
Arkansas' defense was hurt by a few big plays by A&M (3-2), but
came through when it mattered most.
The Razorbacks were coming off a narrow loss to No. 1 Alabama,
and are headed into a game at No. 8 Auburn.
Mallett was 27 of 38 for 310 yards, with an interception that
set up A&M's first touchdown.


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