Through Auburn’s first three offensive drives against Arkansas, the Tigers had four dropped passes and fell behind 14-0. The drops prompted injured Auburn defensive back Josh Holsey to tweet this:
I've never seen this many drops before from them .
— Josh Holsey (@HeyItsJholsey) October 24, 2015
Holsey is out for the season after tearing his ACL against Jacksonville State in Week 2, but he is obviously surprised with the inability of his teammates to catch the ball.
Three of the drops came on third down, and Auburn also dropped two potential interceptions.
The Tigers were able to come up with an interception by linebacker Kris Frost with 6:33 remaining in the second quarter. Then Auburn reeled off a 96-yard touchdown drive to trim the deficit to 14-7 shortly before halftime.
Still, Arkansas outgained Auburn 213-112 in total yards, so the Tigers will have to be better in the second half to have a chance to complete a comeback.