4 things every Arkansas fan needs to know today
Good morning Razorback fans! Sundays feel better after an Arkansas win. Sundays feel great after a game like the four-overtime win over Auburn on Saturday.
It was a much-needed SEC win for the Hogs, who are now 2-2 in the league with a two-game winning streak. It puts Arkansas back in the middle of the SEC West pack and gives the team confidence heading into their last five games, beginning with homecoming this Saturday against UT-Martin.
Brandon Allen showed his senior leadership, and threw three touchdown passes, and Kody Walker returned to score a pair of touchdowns.
Here are four things to know:
Coach Bret Bielema said it’s a good thing this game kicked off at 11 a.m., otherwise the teams could’ve played until midnight.
Bielema during postgame press conference calls out star player for missing a pregame meal.
Running back Rawleigh Williams was in stable condition and has movement in his extremities after getting carried off the field after a punishing hit on Saturday.
Wide receiver JoJo Robinson was suspended shortly before the Auburn game. This isn’t his first time to be in hot water with the coach.
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Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen threw an interception that changed the momentum of the game early, but he led the Hogs to victory when they needed him most — even if he had to limp his way through it.
Kody Walker returns for big moments in overtime in his first game back since Week 2 of the season. Walker had two rushing touchdowns in overtime and caught a two-point conversion in the fourth overtime.
Around the SEC
Ole Miss forced Texas A&M quarterback Kyle Allen out of the game. But why didn’t he substitute Kyler Murray into the game? Coach Kevin Sumlin explains in his press conference.
Alabama survived a home scare against Tennessee, now awaits bye week and then LSU.
LSU’s Leonard Fournette surpasses the 100-yard mark for the ninth straight game, tying a school mark. The Razorbacks visit LSU in Baton Rouge on Nov. 14.