Posts Tagged ‘Arkansas Razorbacks’

Pocket Bullets ParisBy: Pocket Bullets Paris

Most of our followers know that around this time every year we ask our poker-loving fans to indulge us as we focus on our favorite team –the fightin’ Texas A&M football team—as they begin SEC play.

The fun begins this Saturday night at 6 P.M. at AT&T Stadium in Arlington between #14 Texas A&M and the Arkansas Razorbacks. Will it be the Aggies or the Hogs who win the Southwest Classic?

It’s not just that the Aggies are 3-0 and the Hogs are 1-2 coming into this contest that gets our blood pumping. It’s the revamped Texas A&M-John Chavis defense, led by DEs Myles Garrett and Dae Dae Hall leading the SEC with 15 sacks, the return from injury of some of our experienced linebackers, and the outstanding defensive line that’s been winning the battle in the trenches. And it’s the always explosive Aggie offense, with QB Kyle Allen and his uber-talented group of wide-receivers, including Christian Kirk, Speedy Noil, Josh Reynolds, Ricky Seals Jones and a host of others, along with a vastly improved run game that has mostly featured Tra Carson. And don’t ever forget about dual-threat Kyler Murray!

Of course, the Hogs are desperate for a win to keep their young season from going under. One huge thing they have going for them is their offensive line – the largest (in weight) O-line in both college and professional football. They would like nothing better than to maintain their record for allowing no sacks against the team with the most sacks in the conference. Not only that, but the Razorbacks are currently leading the SEC in passing yards with 916. Go figure.

So it’s time to launch our first round of “Predict the Score.” In case you’ve forgotten the rules:Deluxe Suited Speed Felt Folding Poker Table Top

Whoever comes closest to predicting the final score of the game, without going over, will win this Suited Speed Felt, Folding Poker Table Top, with carrying bag. If there’s a tie, whoever made the correct prediction first is the winner, so you should probably go ahead and do it now!

Click here to make your predictions. Just write them in the comments box and don’t forget your email address. Don’t worry; your email address will not be published.

Pocket Bullets ParisBy: Pocket Bullets Paris

What an incredible game it was between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Texas A&M Aggies. We had many of our customers and followers predict that the Aggies would crush the Hogs.  “Big Daddy” Paul predicted that “Aggies make pulled pork BBQ out of the hogs 56 to 17.”  We are certain all of you were on pins and needles as the giant Hogs not just held their own but forged ahead 21 to 14 at the half on a fake punt. They continued pushing the Ags around through the 3rd quarter to go ahead 28 to 14.  Then, in the 4th the Aggies seemed to have licked their wounds and came out with a vengeance scoring two TDs to tie it up and send us into OT.

Aggies defeat RazorbacksBy this time we had already chewed our nails to the quick and anxiously watched as Kenny Hill drilled one to Malcome Kennedy who took it for 25-yards to score on the first play of overtime. Then, our defense stopped the piggies in their tracks and, with the help of Julien Obioha (who made an outstanding game-ending defensive stop), kept  the Aggies  undefeated with a 35-28 victory over Arkansas.

We want to congratulate Marcell Liner for predicting a 34-14 Aggie win, coming the closest first and thus winning a set of Copag “Peek-Index” poker cards from the Texas Poker Store.

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Pocket Bullets ParisBy: Pocket Bullets Paris

Today is the day that the Texas A&M Aggies battle it out with the Arkansas Razorbacks at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Which team will win the Southwest Classic? The odds are totally in favor of the  Texas A&M Fighting Aggies, but we all know too well that in football anything can happen.

Gig' EmNo one really knows, although we strongly believe we do, how about you? Did you enter your predictions? Will you be taking home the set of Copag Poker Cards being offered by the Texas Poker Store to the first closest score prediction?

You still got a little bit of time, hurry and enter your predictions by clicking right HERE! Any predictions entered after 2:30 p.m. central time will not be counted.

Pocket Bullets ParisBy: Pocket Bullets Paris

It’s “Predict the Score” time again as the Texas A&M Aggies take on the Arkansas Razorbacks in Dallas at 2:30 CST this coming Saturday. After blowing through their opener against the Gamecocks in South Carolina, thereby shocking the football world, and then rolling over and through Lamar, Rice and SMU, as Billy Liucci of TexAgs recently wrote, “Let the (real) games begin (again).

The Aggies, who have been amazingly good (as in ranked 6th) will now be thoroughly tested by facing Arkansas, #14 Mississippi State in Starkville, #10 Ole Miss at Kyle and finally traveling to #2 Alabama in what many call the toughest 4-game stretch in program history.Texas A&M Aggies vs Arkansas Razorbacks

The Razorbacks are not the same team as they were last season, in case you haven’t been paying attention. They own an SEC-leading rushing attack, with Alex Collins, Jonathan Williams and Korliss Marshall combining for 188 yards on 36 carries. Their QB, Brandon Allen threw for two touchdowns and ran for another. In other words, Arkansas is playing tough, explosive and mad, and the Aggies need to forget about their own 4-0 start and play like they have something to prove.

The Aggies have all the talent in the world, especially on offense. It’s certainly enough to beat the Razorbacks; there’s no doubt about that. But does their much-improved defense have the strength and determination to stop the Hogs’ rushing attack? We’ll see very soon.

Copag Poker CardsWhoever comes the closest to predicting the final score will win a professional set of Copag Peek-Index Poker Cards including a durable, solid carrying case. If there’s a tie, whoever made the correct prediction first is the winner, so you don’t have much time to fool around.

Click here to make your predictions! Just write them in the comments box and don’t forget your email address. Don’t worry; your email address will not be published.