Quarter Highlights

First Quarter

Arkansas 0

Alabama 14

Ark Ala

Rushing Yards 1 34

Passing Yards 32 80

Total Yards 33 114

Time/Poss. 5:48 9:12

Turnovers 1 0

AJ McCarron: Alabama’s senior quarterback completed 6-of-7 passes for 52 yards on the Crimson Tide’s opening drive, including a 4-yard touchdown to Jalston Fowler. Alabama was 2-for-2 on third-down conversions on the possession.

Kenyan Drake: The Alabama running back ran four straight times for 16 yards on the second scoring drive, including a 1-yard touchdown.

Brandon Allen: After making a nice 25-yard pass to Hunter Henry into Alabama territory, Allen was intercepted by Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at the Crimson Tide 13. It was Allen’s fifth interception in four Southeastern Conference games.

Second Quarter

Arkansas 0 0

Alabama 14 14

Ark Ala

Rushing Yards 62 98

Passing Yards 42 58

Total Yards 104 156

Time/Poss. 11:08 4:52

Turnovers 0 0

T.J. Yeldon: After a long Arkansas punt, his 27-yard run moved the Crimson Tide near midfield, setting up the team’s third touchdown.

Drake: He bounced off right tackle, avoided Tevin Mitchel in the backfield and raced 46 yards for a touchdown to extend Alabama’s lead to 21-0.

Amari Cooper: He hauled in a 30-yard touchdown pass from McCarron just before halftime to give the Crimson Tide a 28-0 lead.

Third Quarter

Arkansas 0 0 0

Alabama 14 14 17

Ark Ala

Rushing Yards 48 68

Passing Yards 17 42

Total Yards 65 110

Time/Poss. 7:22 7:38

Turnovers 2 0

Keon Hatcher: His fumble on the second half kickoff was recovered by Alabama. The Crimson Tide scored there plays later on AJ McCarron’s third touchdown pass of the game.

Yeldon: After dropping a would-be touchdown on first down, Yeldon scored on a 24-yard run on second down to extend the lead to 42-0.

Cade Foster: His 48-yard field goal extended Alabama’s lead to 45-0.

Fourth Quarter

Arkansas 0 0 0 0 — 0

Alabama 14 14 17 7 — 52

Ark Ala

Rushing Yards 54 152

Passing Yards 0 0

Total Yards 54 152

Time/Poss. 6:50 8:10

Turnovers 0 0

Allen: Arkansas’ quarterback was 0-for-6 passing in the fourth quarter. He has not thrown a touchdown pass since the third quarter of the Texas A&M game on Sept. 28.

Alex Collins: He had five carries for 39 yards on Arkansas’ next-to-last drive, but the Razorbacks turned the ball over on downs when Allen threw a pair of incomplete passes.

Derrick Henry: Alabama’s leading rusher was its fourth-string running back. Henry rushed for 85 yards on Alabama’s final drive, including an 80-yard touchdown run to cap the scoring.