The Arkansas Razorbacks could very well be the new edition of the Cardiac Kids.
For the second straight game, the Hogs needed a comeback win against an inferior opponent. And for the second straight game, they got it.
Zach Hooker knocked a 42 yard field-goal through the uprights with 6:53 left to play, putting #10 Arkansas up 31-28.
But Vanderbilt was able to get the ball all the way down to the Hogs 10 yard line. That's where Carey Spear lined up for the 27 yard chip-shot to send the game to OT.
But Spear would push the attempt wide right, and the Razorbacks left Nashville with a 7-1 record.
The Hogs have now trailed by double-digits in three of those seven wins: by 18 to Texas A&M, 17 to Ole Miss last week, and 14 today to the Commodores.
Arkansas hosts South Carolina in SEC action next Saturday.