TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — No. 1 Alabama rolled Arkansas 49-30 on Saturday in Razorback Stadium for its second SEC road victory of the season.
The Crimson Tide (6-0, 3-0 SEC) maintained their stranglehold at the top of the SEC Country Power Poll.
Alabama racked up 517 yards of offense on just 51 plays. That’s an average of 10.1 yards per play.
The Crimson Tide gave up 473 yards, including 400 passing yards. They also forced 5 turnovers and scored 14 points.
Alabama has scored a non-offensive touchdown in eight straight games dating back to the College Football Playoff semifinal matchup vs. Michigan State.
Alabama jumped out to a 14-point lead in the first quarter, and the game was never close from that moment. Arkansas fought hard, but there is a big talent gap between the Tide and Hogs.
Alabama currently owns the nation’s longest winning streak. The Crimson Tide’s last loss came against Ole Miss on Sept. 19, 2015.
Alabama travels to Knoxville, Tenn., for a showdown with the Volunteers on Saturday. Look for the Crimson Tide to remain at the top.
Check back next week to see the Week 7 installment of the SEC Country Power Poll.
Your Week 6 rankingsResults are below:
|1||Alabama (14 - 1)||221||17||1||1||1|
|2||Texas A&M (8 - 5)||202||0||2||2||3|
|3||Tennessee (9 - 4)||179||0||3||3||5|
|4||Ole Miss (5 - 7)||175||0||4||2||6|
|5||Auburn (8 - 5)||135||0||8||4||9|
|6||Florida (9 - 4)||131||0||6||5||9|
|7||Arkansas (7 - 6)||118||0||5||4||9|
|8||LSU (8 - 4)||117||0||7||4||9|
|9||Georgia (8 - 5)||99||0||9||6||9|
|10||Kentucky (7 - 6)||54||0||11||10||13|
|11||Mississippi State (6 - 7)||45||0||10||10||14|
|12||Missouri (4 - 8)||42||0||12||10||13|
|13||South Carolina (6 - 7)||27||0||13||10||14|
|14||Vanderbilt (6 - 7)||2||0||14||13||14|
This week's voters:
Adam Sparks (The Tennessean)
Alec Shirkey (SEC Country)
Alex Martin Smith (SEC Country)
Barrett Sallee (Bleacher Report)
Ben Wait (Columbus Commercial Dispatch)
Cory McCartney (Fox Sports)
Dave Matter (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
David Caraviello (Post & Courier)
Jason Kersey (SEC Country)
Jeff Drummond (AllWildcats.com)
Justin Ferguson (SEC Country)
Ken Bradley (SEC Country)
Otis Krik (Hawgs 247)
Patrick Brown (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
Shehan Jeyarajah (SEC Country)
Suzanne Halliburton (Austin American-Statesman)
Zach Abolverdi (SEC Country)