No. 1 Alabama Rolls Over Arkansas

No. 1 Alabama Rolls Over Arkansas

In addition to Tagovailoa's four touchdown passes, the Crimson Tide also scored on two runs by Damien Harris and one each by Tulsa native Josh Jacobs and Brian Robinson Jr.

Connor Limpert made a 41-yard field goal and is now 8-for-11 in field goal attempts. "We're obviously playing better on offense than we are on defense".

"We made a lot of mistakes on defense", said Saban after giving up 405 yards to Arkansas (1-5, 0-3).

Cole Kelley threw a 3-yard touchdown to Cheyenne O'Grady, his second of the game. The student section was half-full for Alabama's 56-14 home victory over Louisiana Lafayette last week.

Arkansas' 31 points marks the most points an opponent has scored against Alabama since they lost 35-31 to Clemson in the College Football Playoff title game at the end of the 2016 season.

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The Razorbacks did get two TDs inside the final 10 minutes.

The Razorbacks came up on the wrong end of all the reviewed plays against Alabama. The drive, beginning at the 22-yard line, was set up by a 78-yard punt return from De'Vion Warren.

The officials threw a penalty flag on Deionte Thompson for leading with his helmet at the end of a Ty Storey scramble early in the third quarter on which they also had given Storey the necessary 7 yards needed for a first down. Alabama has returned four interceptions for touchdowns this season.

Perhaps the costliest turnover came when Arkansas, after falling behind 21-0, was able to get on the scoreboard late in the first quarter and had just gotten the ball back when the Razorback defense stopped Alabama on a fourth-and-1 running play at its own 43. The Tide used double that number to score on a 59-yard fumble play touchdown in 50 seconds on their second series. On the Crimson Tide's second possession, Tagovailoa hit Smith again, and the 6-foot-4 junior ripped off another big gain before he was stripped from behind by Ryan Pulley.

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