The Hogs Nation can still believe. And so can the AP Poll.
Arkansas did fall four spots to No. 17 in the poll, but remains in contention - and the Razorbacks can in part thank Texas A&M, which knocked off top-ranked Alabama, 41-38, on Saturday, and created a mess at the top of the SEC West.
Just about everybody is a half-game behind the Crimson Tide, which dropped to No. 5 in the Sunday poll. But Arkansas quite there isn't because of a missed 2-point conversion pass against Ole Miss, resulting in a wild 52-51 loss.
The Razorbacks (4-2, 1-2 in SEC) are tied with the Aggies and a sinking LSU program at the bottom of the division, a game-and-a-half behind Alabama.
Mississippi State, the Rebels, and Auburn are a half-game behind the Crimson Tide with one loss, but they only have a single win to go with that.
Let that sink in for a minute or two.
The Hogs still have a hand in their own destiny and could just completely throw everything into chaos in the league ... if they can start winning again and stay on a roll.
All of the sudden, that Nov. 20 meeting in Tuscaloosa could be a huge game. All of it also means the college football world is now looking up at No. 1 Georgia.
And again, it means Arkansas taking care of its business at hand - which consists of next week's meeting between the Razorbacks and the LSU Tigers.
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