LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Hogs are headed down to The Swamp to face the Gators.

It is another early 11 a.m. kickoff for Arkansas and an be watched on ESPN2 or follow along on the ESPN App.

OVERTIME: (39-36)

Florida took the ball the Arkansas 21 where Trey Smack completed a 39-yard field goal attempt.

Jefferson pushed in their first possession of overtime and scored a touchdown. For the first time in Arkansas history The Hogs broke their losing streak and won in The Swamp. 


In the opening play of the fourth quarter, Isaac TeSlaa attempted a pass to Andrew Armstrong where he was tied up in the endzone. Florida received a pass interference penalty, but Armstrong appeared to be injured and was taken out of the game for medical attention.

The possession ended in a completed 22-yard field goal attempted, tying the score yet again.

Florida answered with a field goal of their own after a 12-play possession that took up several minutes of the clock.

The game was full of a back-and-forth pull when Arkansas scored a touchdown at the end of a 10-play possession, putting them ahead, which Florida quickly followed with a touchdown of their own. Putting the score 30-33 with three minutes left in the game.

Jefferson moved the ball down the field but while they got to the Florida 26, following two penalties moved them back to the Florida 36-yard line. After a complete pass on third down but no making the first, Little completed a 49-yard field goal attempt, tying the score yet again.

Florida quickly moved the ball down the field as the seconds ticked away. After six plays the Gators missed a 44-yard field goal attempt sending the teams into overtime. 


Little started the second half with a 60-yard kickoff and Florida began their first possession of the third quarter on their own 34.

The Gators ended their possession with a punt which Arkansas followed with a seven-play possession where Little kicked for a 41-yard field goal.

Florida’s next possession was over in just three plays. The Hogs attempted to work the ball down the field to the endzone but ended with an illegal shift penalty and a missed 50-yard field goal attempt.

The Hogs were able to hold the Gators on their next possession, but fumbled the ball after four plays, which Florida picked up on the Arkansas 32-yard line and then scored on the next play. Pressure was put on the Gators during a two-point conversion attempt, leaving the score 23-20 going into the final quarter. 


The Hogs and Gators battled it out in the next quarter of the game. After Jefferson’s pass interception, the Razorbacks held Florida to a scoreless possession and that was the trend for both teams for two more possessions.

Arkansas was the next to put points on the board. After eight plays, Little kicked a 37-yard-field goal putting the score 17-14 with less than five minutes left in the half.

In the Gators’ last possession of the half, Arkansas was able to hold them on the third down but not their field goal attempt, tying the score 17-17 at the end of the half. 


The Hogs scored twice right out of the gate in Gainesville. In the first possession of the game and in less than 3 minutes and seven plays, Arkansas scored and star-kicker Cam Little completed the kick.

And on the very next play, Arkansas picked up a Florida fumble and returned in for a 34-yard-touchdown with nearly 12 minutes still on the clock for the first quarter. 

The next possession for both teams ended punts. Florida then had a six-play possession that ended in a touchdown.

Arkansas punted the ball again and it was a replay scoring possession for the Gators, tying the score up with two minutes left in the first.

Arkansas quarterback KJ Jefferson threw an interception with less than a minute left on the clock and Florida ended with the ball on their own 13-yard-line.  

The Pig Trail Nation GameDay crew is also in Gainesville to give fans updates right up until kickoff. The show can be watch in the media player above at 10 a.m.

The Hogs (2-6, 0-5) continue to search for a conference win as they head into the game after a bye week and a change in the offensive coordinator job. Following the 7-3 loss to Mississippi State head coach Sam Pittman relieved Dan Enos from the position and promoted Kenny Guiton.

The Florida Gators (5-3, 3-2) are coming off a loss the No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs.

Following along throughout the day for more game day updates.