FAYETTEVILLE -University of Arkansas players met with the media Monday afternoon to discuss the Razorbacks’ upcoming game against Texas A&M on Saturday in College Station, Texas. Senior center Travis Swanson discussed the team’s attitude this week. “We came out yesterday and we had a team run and everyone was positive, morale was high and there wasn’t one bad attitude,” Swanson said. Senior linebacker Alonzo Highsmith talked about his confidence that the team can get things turned around this season. “I am overconfident that we can turn this around,” Highsmith said. “It is just when our name is called we have got to make a play. We have got to get something going. Our playmakers, we have got to make a play.” Senior quarterback Tyler Wilson spoke about last year’s Texas A&M game. “That was a big game for us. We were down (18) points at halftime and we flipped the switch right there,” Wilson said. “Came out that second half and rallied, fought, and found a way to win it. And it turned the whole season around.” Kickoff for Saturday’s game is set for 11:21 p.m., and the game will be televised on SEC Network. Tickets for two Fayetteville games are still on sale. Tickets for the non-conference game against Tulsa are $45, while tickets for the conference matchup against Kentucky are $55. Single-game tickets may be purchased online at ArkansasRazorbacks.com, in person the Razorback Ticket Center or by phone at 800-982-HOGS. Fans ordering tickets online have the option to print the tickets from home utilizing UA’s new eTicket system. Single game tickets for the Oct. 27 Ole Miss game are still available for $65. The Razorbacks and Rebels are set to square off inside War Memorial Stadium for the 16th time in series history, including the first meeting and 1913, and the first time since 1992. Tickets purchased for Little Rock contests are not available with a print-at-home option. To show your support for the Razorback football postseason awards campaign follow @ARKTD2012 on Twitter.