The last regular season game always presents some sort of the problematic hurdle for the greatly favored teams as the Tide are in this game. Nick Saban already have stated that the Tide must not look further than this game (SEC Championship game against Florida next week).
The Tide are a perfect attacking machine with capable players both in pure offensive roles as well as the best tackles in college football.
Defensively the Tide are the best in the conference but lack in turnover department while the Razorbacks are 7th in college football in that department . Hudson Clark and Jalen Catalon each have 3 interceptions for the Razorbacks, but the unit might be without Montaric Brown (6 passes defended, 1 INT), who is dealing with an undisclosed injury, and linebacker Grant Morgan (knee), who leads the nation with 111 total tackles.
Arkansas lost to Missouri 48-50 in a crazy game that ended with the FG as the time expired. That game saw both teams posting insane offensive yardages as well as insanely weak defenses.
We can expect the Razorbacks better effort on defensive end while the Tide will try to have it's 50 points and up scored but won't really try to do real damage once they have secured the game as they do not have to impress no committee anymore and will focus on staying healthy.
Both teams are 7-2 ATS and do not expect an easy cover here. But, as in most away games - we can expect the Tide to do the job in the first half and let the foot off the gas in the fourth quarter.