Auburn hosts Arkansas at Jordan-Hare Stadium this Saturday in the 30th meeting between the two sides.
The two teams first played each other in a neutral-site game in Memphis in 1984, with Auburn winning 21-15. Auburn leads the all-time series against Arkansas with a 17-11-1 advantage.
Auburn currently holds a four-game winning streak over Arkansas, which is the longest winning streak by either team in the series’ history. The Tigers defeated the Razorbacks 51-10 in Fayetteville last season, with quarterback Bo Nix throwing three touchdowns and Auburn’s defense forcing four turnovers.
Auburn is 8-5-1 in games played at Jordan-Hare Stadium and 8-5 in games played at Arkansas. The two teams split their two neutral-site matchups, with Auburn winning the aforementioned matchup in Memphis and Arkansas coming away victorious in the 1995 meeting in Little Rock.
Arkansas’ last win against Auburn came in 2015 when the Razorbacks won 54-46 in quadruple overtime in Fayetteville. Peyton Barber had four rushing touchdowns in that game for Auburn while Arkansas was led by quarterback Brandon Allen’s three touchdown passes in the victory.
No. 13 Auburn enters Saturday’s matchup looking to bounce back from its loss against No. 4 Georgia, while Arkansas is coming off an impressive road win at No. 16 Mississippi State. Kickoff is slated for 3:00 CT Saturday with the game being broadcasted on ESPN.