Arkansas vs. Texas A&M score update: Looking for first SEC win, Razorbacks lead, 10-7, after 1st quarter

Texas A&M scored first but the Arkansas Razorbacks came back with two scores of their own to take a 10-7 lead after one quarter. Both teams are looking for their first SEC win of the 2012 season.

A&M (2-1) scored on its first drive, going 72 yards for the opening score. The drive was capped by a touchdown pass from Johnny Manziel to Mike Evans. A&M's Taylor Bertolet missed a 39-yard field goal attempt that could have given the Aggies a 10-point lead.

Taking advantage of the missed field goal, Arkansas (1-3) scored on it's next possession when Knile Davis tied things up with a 64-yard touchdown catch down the left sideline. Davis caught a short pass from Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson, broke a tackle and ran the rest of the way untouched for the Razorbacks first score.

Arkansas' Zach Hocker hit a 26-yard field goal with less than a minute left in the quarter to give the Razorbacks their first lead.

The game, being played at Kyle Field in College Station, can be seen on the SEC Network or online through WatchESPN.

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