LSU-Arkansas scouting report: Tigers can’t get caught by the tail

On a chilly Saturday night in Fayetteville, Arkansas, LSU can’t get surprised by a Razorbacks program on pace to record the most losses in it its 124-year history.

Arkansas has been more than capable on offense in its past four games, averaging 413.75 yards per game while scoring an average of 29.5 points.

Much of that success is due to the emergence of running back Rakeem Boyd, a 6-foot, 200-pound sophomore, who has rushed for 423 yards and two touchdowns in the last four games.

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