Arkansas will move the ball quite well, as they have all year. I think they will struggle to get into the end zone on all of their red zone visits, because Ohio St's defense will stand them up in the end. With their kicker, tacking on a few field goals (even some longer ones) shouldn't be a problem. Ohio St will also move the ball quite well, because Chris Relf (Miss St) and Cam Newton (Auburn) proved that Arkansas has a problem with this type of quarterback. I think Ohio State will be too focused on exploiting Terrelle Pryor's running game to pass too much, because Arkansas's pass defense is much better than its run defense. This game comes down to an amazing offense versus an amazing defense. However, Arkansas has proven against LSU, Alabama, and Miss St that they can score against the best defenses. Ohio St has not proven that their defense can stop the best offenses. We have seen how the better Big 10 offenses have fared against SEC opponents with less impressive numbers than Ohio State, and Arkansas scored quite well against those same SEC opponents. The real question then comes down to how well can Arkansas's defense hold Terrelle Pryor? The answer, I feel, is simple: well enough to keep the Buckeyes below 30. Arkansas - 40 Ohio St - 24 Go Hogs!