CBS has picked up the Arkansas Razorbacks vs. South Carolina Gamecocks game on Nov. 10 as part of a SEC football double-header. The Arkansas vs. South Carolina game will be the early game followed by either Texas A&M vs. Alabama or Mississippi State vs. LSU.
The kickoff for the Arkansas game is scheduled for 11 a.m. CT.
Knile Davis and Chris Gragg are considered highly doubtful for the Razorbacks non-conference showdown against Tulsa on Saturday. Both players exited Saturday’s game against Ole Miss with injuries and did not return.
Davis reportedly has a hamstring injury and Gragg reinjured the same knee that kept him out of the lineup for close to a month.
Davis is tied for 19th on the SEC rushing leader board with 340 total yards and two touchdowns. Gragg is ranked No. 26 on the SEC receiving yard list with 289 yards and three touchdowns.
Ailing but not out, Arkansas senior quarterback Tyler Wilson is suffering from a hip pointer. Wilson is expected to play against the Golden Hurricane on Saturday.