LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Razorbacks make their way down to Tuscaloosa and face the No. 11 Crimson Tide.

Kickoff on the Annular Solar Eclipse day is set for 11 a.m. and can be watched on the SEC Network or the ESPN App.


The Razorbacks turned the Tides and continued to close the gap as the game clock wound down in Tuscaloosa.

Alabama opened the quarter with a punt possession, which Arkansas answered with a nine-play touchdown and a two-point conversion play between KJ Jefferson and Andrew Armstrong.

Arkansas and Alabama then traded punts. Alabama picked up their next possession at their own 37. The Tide took a lot of the clock up in the final moments of the game and their possession ended with no points added.

The final score was 21-24, Alabama. 


Both Arkansas and Alabama punted away their first possessions of the second half. On Alabama’s second possession, The Tide moved the ball down into Arkansas territory, which they ended with a 30-yard field goal.

After another back-and-forth punt possessions, Arkansas took the ball down the field and after 10 plays were able to secure a momentum filled touchdown with 33 seconds left on the clock, 13-24. 


The Hogs’ possession ended in a punt and Alabama picked up the ball at their own 17-yard line where they then had a 10-play possession that ended in touchdown, 6-14.

The next series of possessions was a bit of a replay. The Razorbacks had another 3-play possession that ended in a punt. The Tide picked it up at their own 41-yard line and ended with another touchdown.

After back-and-forth punt possessions, the Razorbacks headed into the locker room trailing The Tide, 6-21. 


Arkansas fans are chanting “Cam Little” as the star-kicker was the first to put points on the board for the 11 a.m. kickoff game. The Hogs’ first possession ended in a punt, but it was followed by two good field goal attempts from Little. The first for 55 yards and the second for 49.

Alabama scored on the following possession after three plays, putting the score 6-7 with 58 seconds left to go in the first quarter.

Arkansas picked up the ball on their own 32-yard line and went into the second quarter with the ball. 

The Pig Trial Nation GameDay Show is set for 10 a.m. and can be watched live in the media player above or on KARK and KNWA.

The Hogs (2-4, 0-3) are still search for their first conference win of the season after on the road losses to LSU, Texas A&M and last week to Ole Miss. Alabama (5-1, 3-0) is coming off a four-game winning streak with their only loss against Texas in week 2.

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