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Trick or Treating

Arkansas head coach John L. Smith notes that his team has kept its head despite last Saturday's last-second loss to Ole Miss and he expects them to be ready for this weekend's game with visiting Tulsa.

Arkansas head coach John L. Smith knows this is Halloween week, but he doesn't want Tulsa to come over, trick his team and go home with a treat. That treat would be the Hurricane's first win over Arkansas since 1976 – something they will be after Saturday at 11 a.m. with Homecoming at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Tulsa (7-1) lost its opener to Iowa State, but will come into its game with... Recommended Stories

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