With the Southwest Conference dying, Arkansas athletic director Frank Broyles had engineered a deal for Arkansas to move to the flourishing Southeastern Conference. 1991 was Arkansas' final season before the move, and the Razorbacks finished the regular season at 6-5.
Georgia began the scoring early, throwing two touchdown passes from Eric Zeier to take an early 14-0 lead. After Georgia added a second quarter field goal, Arkansas finally got on the board when E.D. Jackson rushed in from seven yards out. After halftime, Georgia's Andre Hastings broke a 53-yard touchdown run. Jackson would again score for the Hogs, and add a two-point conversion. However, the Hogs couldn't score again and fell short, 24-15.