ALEX COLLINS — Collins finished with 131 yards on 20 carries, including a 50-yard touchdown giving Arkansas a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter. He broke into open space and planted hard in front of the last defender before juking away and scampering untouched to the end zone.

ALEX COLLINS — Collins finished with 131 yards on 20 carries, including a 50-yard touchdown giving Arkansas a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter. He broke into open space and planted hard in front of the last defender before juking away and scampering untouched to the end zone.


KENNY HILL — The Texas A&M star got off to a slow start, but continued his big season. He completed 21 of 41 passes for 386 yards with 4 touchdowns and an interception Saturday. Hill threw 86- and 59-yard touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to force overtime. Then, Hill helped Texas A&M win it with a 25-yard touchdown pass.


BRANDON ALLEN — Subtract one drive in the second quarter and Allen was efficient. The junior quarterback connected with quarterback-turned-tight end A.J. Derby for a 44-yard touchdown at the 5:02 mark of the third quarter to put Arkansas ahead 28-14 and was 3 of 3 for 64 yards on the drive. He was 15 of 27 total for 199 yards and five of those incompletions came on the ultimately properous final drive of the second quarter.


BRANDON POPE — The receiver had a big day against the Arkansas secondary. Pope made an impressive catch in the back of the end zone in the first half to help the Aggies tie the game at 14-14. Then he gave Texas A&M some much-needed life with his 86-yard catch and run in the fourth quarter. He finished with 4 catches for 151 yards and 2 touchdowns.


SAM IRWIN-HILL — The Arkansas punter fooled everyone with a 51-yard touchdown run with two minutes left in the second quarter to give the Razorbacks a 21-14 lead. Seven consecutive passes led to a total surprise when the Razorbacks faked the punt and Irwin-Hill hauled around the left side, broke a couple tackles and plowed in for the score.