BROOKS ELLIS – The sophomore linebacker created Arkansas’ first touchdown when he forced a Texas Tech fumble on the Red Raiders third drive of the game. The Razorbacks tied the game at 7-7 two plays later. He also broke up four passes, two of which were nearly interceptions, and finished second on the team with eight tackles.

BROOKS ELLIS – The sophomore linebacker created Arkansas’ first touchdown when he forced a Texas Tech fumble on the Red Raiders third drive of the game. The Razorbacks tied the game at 7-7 two plays later. He also broke up four passes, two of which were nearly interceptions, and finished second on the team with eight tackles.


JONATHAN WILLIAMS – Williams was the first Razorback to run for four touchdowns since Darren McFadden. Three of them came in the first half. He finished with 145 rushing yards on 22 carries.


TEVIN MITCHEL – Mitchel made his season debut Saturday after missing the team’s first two games with a hamstring injury. He provided the most consistent performance in the secondary, finishing with five tackles and two pass break-ups.


MARTRELL SPAIGHT – A Spaight interception in the second quarter provided Arkansas with the ultimate momentum swing. After the Razorbacks had lost the ball in the red zone on a fumble just three plays earlier, Spaight jumped from his linebacker spot and picked off a Davis Webb pass at the Texas Tech 42, returned it to the 12 and Williams scored on the next play. Spaight led the team with 11 tackles, eight solo.


ALEX COLLINS – The sophomore capped a career day with an 84-yard touchdown scamper in the fourth quarter that built Arkansas’ lead to 21 points, 49-28. He set a career-high with 212 yards rushing and added a 15-yard score to go with his 84-yarder.


— Eric W. Bolin • Times-Record