If you’ve been watching college football today you may have noticed the vast amount of games which have been affected by inclement weather. Tonight’s match-up between Arkansas and Kentucky will apparently fit that trend as well. The National Weather Service in Tulsa, Oklahoma is calling for a 100% chance of rain that has the potential to total 1-2 inches. There is also the potential for severe storms that are capable of producing hail, destructive winds, or tornadoes.
Both Kentucky and Arkansas have played in rain this season and are a combined 0-3 when doing so. Kentucky’s lone rain game came in the season opener against Louisville where they lost 2 fumbles. Arkansas played in inclement weather against Alabama and Texas A&M where they combined to lose the ball due to fumbles on 4 occasions. So, it appears as though the team who can prevent fumbles will boost their chances of winning tonight.