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Arkansas is still undefeated at home following a point victory over Colorado State. The Razorback offense put up 55 points and total yards last week against Colorado State.
Quarterback Nick Starkel had a great outing, scoring three passing touchdowns. In Week 2 against Tulsa, San Jose State gave up yards on the ground while rushing for yards, with 48 coming from the backup quarterback Nick Nash.
The Spartans have four sacks on the season, with only one coming from the d-line.
As a whole, the defensive front seven is going to have to make a major impact if they want to slow down the balanced Razorback offense. Give the ball to your playmakers.
Although he is currently second on the team in receptions and receiving yards, he is only averaging 3. Gaither will need to make some big plays this week if San Jose State wants a chance to upset the Razorbacks.
Nash will also have a major role in this offense as he leads the Spartans in rushing yards. Coach Brett Brennan has used his freshman quarterback in certain packages to keep the defense on their toes.
Expect to see Nash get a few plays or maybe even a drive or two. Force Turnovers Starkel has only thrown one interception on the season with a In their Week 1 victory against Northern Colorado, the Spartans were able to get two takeaways. However, during their Week 2 loss to Tulsa, the defense had no turnovers.
They expect to throw for over yards and rush for over The only thing that will force them to change their plan of attack will be interceptions and forced fumbles. Prediction San Jose State is going to come out trying to make a statement.
Quarterback Josh Love is going to go deep to his receivers, allowing them to make plays on the ball. Protecting Love will be a bit of a challenge for the Spartans. Arkansas has recorded 10 sacks on the year, with three players having two or more.
Starkel should be able to find his receivers with relative ease, while his running backs find the right holes.