Again, it will come down to quarterback Justin Worley. A true freshman making just the third start of his career and first on the road must handle an Arkansas defense that has 16 sacks this season and 10 in its last three games.
The Razorbacks are ranked just ninth in the SEC in passing, rushing, and total defense, but the pressure this team can bring coupled with its SEC top five turnover margin could make life miserable for Tennessee offensively.
While Arkansas has proven to be a bit susceptible to the run, the Vols have done almost nothing to prove they have the ability to sustain any kind of ground attack.
Unbelievably, the Vols ran the ball better against LSU and Alabama than they did against Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina combined.
Two freshman provided a decent spark for the Tennessee ground game against MTSU, but there's little faith that those young backs could repeat anything close to that performance Saturday night against a top ten team.