Instead the Diamond Dogs will play a doubleheader on Saturday beginning at 2 p.m.
It marks the second time this season that MSU has played a Saturday doubleheader in conference play. The Bulldogs swept a twinbill at Georgia 6-1 and 4-1 on March 15.
State leads the overall series 46-39 against the Razorbacks including a 21-15 record in Starkville. Arkansas claimed two games from last year’s series in Fayetteville with each team scoring nine runs on the weekend.
Mississippi State owns a league-best 16-2 record in doubleheaders since 2012 while the Hogs are 1-7 in that span.