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This was a rivalry renewed in 2009, and now it will be one of the most pivotal games ofthe 2011 season.
This is a game in which neither team is technically the home team, but it will be played in Arlington, Texas.
Texas A&M ended as one of the hottest teams in the country last season. They return quarterback Ryan Tannehill an one of the most experienced groups in the country.
They have already proven they can win big games and look to gain national respect in this one.
Arkansas is not returning quite as many players as the Aggies, but still are a talented bunch. Quarterback Ryan Mallett has moved on to the NFL, but Tyler Wilson appears read to replace him.
Along with great quarterbacks, these teams also feature some of the best running backs in the nation.
Knile Davis of Arkansas is a freak of nature that should make a case for the Heisman trophy next season. Likewise, Cyrus Gray of Texas A&M is earning plenty of national recognition as well.
Texas A&M: 31
Last season the Razorbacks took care of the Aggies 24-17, but that was before Tannehill was starting at quarterback for A&M.
Tannehill is the difference in 2011 and Texas A&M comes away with a huge win here.