No. 21 Arkansas eager for win vs Ole Miss

When Arkansas (4-2, 1-2 Southeastern Conference) hosts Ole Miss (3-3, 1-2), it will do so with a season once filled with high expectations hanging in the balance. Both of the Razorbacks’ losses this season have come to teams ranked in the Top 10 (Alabama and Auburn), but the sting of a 65-43 loss to the Tigers last week is still fresh.

“It’s a must-win situation at this point,” said Wilson, the sophomore backup quarterback who threw for 332 yards last week after replacing injured starter Ryan Mallett. “I think one win will propel us to another, so we’ll definitely approach this week with a good mindset and move forward from there.”