The threat of inclement weather and a lopsided score were enough for Arkansas and Texas State to agree to shave five minutes off of the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game and play just 10 minutes.
The Razorbacks were leading 42-3 when word came that each coaching staff agreed to the shortened quarter.
Arkansas-Texas State will play a 10-minute fourth quarter. Hogs lead 42-3 and there is a lightning storm coming. #WPS
— Jason Kersey (@jasonkersey) September 18, 2016
Arkansas’ defense had allowed an average of 29 points through its first two games, so this effort is indeed a welcomed sight for Razorbacks fans.