College football Week 4: Arkansas-Texas A&M in the Southwest Classic, Notre Dame-Wisconsin and more


In what is shaping up to be one of the weirder seasons in recent memory, allow us to introduce you to the weirdest one-sided matchup in the past decade. No. 7 Texas A&M and No. 16 Arkansas meet on Saturday having played each other 77 times dating back to 1903. The two former Southwest Conference rivals now play annually in Arlington, Texas. (ESPN.com)

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College football Week 4: Arkansas-Texas A&M in the Southwest Classic, Notre Dame-Wisconsin and more


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