- Junior RB Jonathan Williams needs just 68 rushing yards to top the 1,000-yard mark, becoming just the second Razorback to rush for over 1,000 yards since 2010.
- Sophomore RB Alex Collins is 114 rushing yards away from become the first Razorback RB with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons since Darren McFadden from 2005-07.
- With 43.0 career TFL, senior DE Trey Flowers is 3.5 TFL away from moving into 2nd place in school history.
- Ole Miss marks the sixth Top 10 opponent that Arkansas has played this season.
- Arkansas will play the toughest schedule in the nation in 2014 according to the NCAA’s strength of schedule method, with its opponents combining for a 103-54 (.656) record in 2013.
- Arkansas hosts #8 Ole Miss in the home finale as the Razorbacks recognize 20 seniors before their final game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
- Among those taking part in the Senior Day ceremonies will be the family of Garrett Uekman. Uekman tragically passed away during the 2011 season and would have been playing his senior season this year.
- An Arkansas win on Saturday will make the Razorbacks bowl eligible for the first time since 2011, when Arkansas defeated #11 Kansas State in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl. The Razorbacks have played in 39 bowl games in school history.
- The Nov. 22 meeting between Arkansas and Ole Miss will match the date of the latest the two teams have met in the regular season. Arkansas played Ole Miss in Memphis on Nov. 22, 1941 and the two teams have met twice in the Sugar Bowl (1963 and 1970).
- Arkansas is one of just two teams in the nation with two RBs to rush for 800-plus yards. Junior Jonathan Williams ranks fourth in the SEC with 932 yards while sophomore Alex Collins ranks fifth with 886 rushing yards.
- Saturday’s contest marks the sixth time Arkansas has played an AP Top 20 team in the past seven games.