Arkansas QB KJ Jefferson carries the ball against Texas.

The Texas Longhorns likely aren’t officially heading to the SEC until 2025, but they had a rough loss against a future conference opponent Saturday. On the road against the Arkansas Razorbacks, the No. 15 Longhorns fell 40-21. And they really didn’t accomplish much on offense, with only 118 passing yards and 131 rushing yards on the day. Starter Hudson Card completed eight of 15 passing attempts for 61 yards, while backup Casey Thompson completed five of eight passes for 57 yards. And that led to lots of shots of upset Texas fans:

Meanwhile, the Razorbacks weren’t great through the air either, with quarterback KJ Jefferson only completing 14 of 19 attempts for 138 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. But they were impressive on the ground, posting 333 total rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns. Trelon Smith had 75 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries, while Jefferson (seen above) carried 10 times for 73 yards, and AJ Green had seven carries for 67 yards and a touchdown. And they were just some of the contributors involved:

That’s an impressive win for Arkansas, and a rough loss for Texas. We’ll see where both schools go from here.

[CBS; photo from Nelson Chenault/USA Today Sports]

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