ESPN Computer Says This SEC School Has College Football’s Hardest Schedule This Season
John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN’s Football Power Index released the strength of schedule for each FBS program in 2021 this week. According to FPI, the Arkansas Razorbacks have the toughest road slate in the country next fall. Check it out...

vs. Rice
vs. Texas
vs. Georgia Southern
vs. Texas A&M (Arlington)
at Georgia
at Ole Miss
vs. Auburn
vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff (Little Rock)
Bye Week
vs. Mississippi State
at LSU
at Alabama
vs. Missouri
(The Spun/Saturday Down South)
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4 wins. All the fcs schools and TAMU
Reply18 days
I see 3 wins.
Reply21 days
Rice, GA Southern, and Pine Bluff. What am I missing here ?
Reply23 days
Pretty much our regular schedule every other year. Alabama and LSU on the road, but we add Georgia, too. Still easier than last year.
Reply23 days
Wins some f'n games and this shite wouldn't happen but we are in the wrong division of the wrong conference to be able to dig out of this damn hole.
Reply23 days
We aren't in the wrong division or conference, take your weak shite back to the little 12 to get your weak wins that mean nothing. True Hog fans could care less about winning at the JV level.
23 days
3 wins
Reply23 days
Seems like every year we have the hardest schedule in the nation for the past 20 years. I'm kind of tired of hearing about it too be honest. Who cares, stop crying about it.. if you don't want the hardest schedule start winning some fricking games so that it gets passed off to somebody else. What this basically says is that every year we are ranked last in the SEC, start winning some games to change that ranking as we wont have 'the hardest schedule' anymore.
Reply23 days season will be a moral victory for Arkansas.
Reply23 days
Similar to LSU only losing to A&M by 20 last season....
23 days
Nice try. We lost by 13. Max Johnson GOAT
23 days
Oh look, an Alabama fan. How original.
23 days
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