The road struggles continue for Arkansas.
Texas A&M outscored Arkansas 34-20 in the second half to post a 69-53 win in the SEC opener for both teams.
Arkansas (11-3, 0-1) struggled to find an offensive rhythm as they shot just 36 percent (21-of-58) from the field and committed 14 turnovers.
Bobby Portis and Michael Qualls, the Razorbacks two leading scorers entering the game, combined to score just nine points on a combined 4-of-22 shooting.
Texas A&M (10-4, 1-0) knocked down seven 3-pointers and blocked seven shots on the defensive end.
Arkansas has now lost 49 of their last 59 road games and are just 2-17 in SEC road games the last three seasons.