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October 11, 2013
Arkansas: By the numbers
A look at the 3-3 Arkansas Razorbacks by the numbers:
.311 - third-down conversion percentage allowed by Arkansas after the first quarter. Opponents are 5-of-20 in the second quarter (.250), 9-of-24 in the third quarter (.341) and 5-of-17 (.294) in the fourth quarter.
1-0 - record of Arkansas under Bret Bielema in games starting at noon. All-time, Bielema is 37-7 in noon games. (Saturday's kick is at 11:21 CST)
2 - longest winning streak by South Carolina since the two teams began playing yearly in 1992. It happened twice, in 1996-97 and 2004-05. Arkansas' longest consecutive winning streak is 3, from 2009-11.
3 - number of consecutive victories by Arkansas over South Carolina in Fayetteville.
5 - NCAA rank of the toughness of Arkansas' schedule this year. The Razorbacks have dropped three straight to Rutgers, Texas A&M and Florida and still face USC, Alabama, Auburn and LSU.
5 - number of rushing touchdowns allowed by Arkansas this season, fewest in the SEC and sixth-lowest in the NCAA among teams playing six games.
5 - number of sacks allowed by Arkansas this season, second-fewest in the SEC.
6 - number of sacks by Chris Smith, fourth in the nation and tied for first in the SEC.
+12 - the Razorbacks' sack differential this season, highest in the SEC and No. 4 nationally. The next-highest in the SEC is South Carolina, at +7.
44 - number of consecutive starts by Arkansas' senior center Travis Swanson, tied for the second-longest active streak nationally.
52 - number of first-quarter points the Razorbacks have scored this season, outscoring their opponents 52-24.
160 - number of PATs made by Zack Hocker, the SEC's active leader in the category. He's also the active leader in field goals made, field goals made per game, field goals attempted, total points and points per game. He's 8-for-8 on field goals this season, tied for first nationally. He also kicks off, recording two touchbacks against Florida, and occasionally punts, booming a 77-yarder against Rutgers.
503 - rushing yards by Jonathan Williams, fifth in the SEC and 25th nationally.
651 - rushing yards by running back Alex Collins, most in the SEC and ninth nationally.
2008 - year USC defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward coached on Arkansas' staff.
2011 - Arkansas recruiting class that included USC's Kane Whitehurst.
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