First Quarter

First Quarter

Arkansas 7

Auburn 0

Arkansas Auburn

Rushing Yards 36 11

Passing Yards 111 36

Total Yards 147 47

Time/Poss. 8:33 6:27

Turnovers 0 0


Tyler Wilson: After coming off the bench two years ago to throw for 332 yards and four touchdowns against the Tigers, Wilson had a hot start Saturday. He completed eight of his nine first-quarter pass attempts.

Dennis Johnson: Despite having a broken hand, Johnson rushed five times in the first quarter for 26 yards, including a 2-yard touchdown to give the Razorbacks a 7-0 lead.

Cobi Hamilton: Arkansas’ receiver extended to 28 his streak of games with a reception on a 41-yard catch on the game’s first play from scrimmage. He had 72 yards receiving on five receptions overall.

Second Quarter

Arkansas 7 3

Auburn 0 0

Arkansas Auburn

Rushing Yards 25 11

Passing Yards 52 36

Total Yards 77 47

Time/Poss. 6:23 8:37

Turnovers 0 2


Zach Hocker: Arkansas’ junior kicker had a 26-yard field goal attempt bounce off the upright in the first quarter, but pushed through a 27-yarder to give the Razorbacks a 10-0 lead in the second. Hocker’s third attempt of the was no good from 50 yards just before halftime.

Will Hines: The freshman cornerback came away with two turnovers in the second quarter, recovering a fumble forced by Ross Rasner and later intercepting Kiehl Frazier. The two turnovers in the half tied the total number Arkansas’ defense had forced the first five games combined.

Trey Flowers: The Alabama native had two sacks in the quarter and 3 1/2 sacks in the game. Flowers added two quarterback hurries and had five tackles overall.

Third Quarter

Arkansas 7 3 0

Auburn 0 0 7

Arkansas Auburn

Rushing Yards 4 15

Passing Yards 16 42

Total Yards 20 57

Time/Poss. 5:14 9:46

Turnovers 1 0

Sacks: Arkansas totaled three more sacks in the third quarter en route to eight for the game. Auburn lost a total of 88 yards rushing.

Clint Moseley: The junior quarterback replaced Kiehl Frazier at halftime and led Auburn on its first touchdown drive late in the third quarter. Moseley’s 21-yard touchdown pass to Emory Blake capped a five-play, 68-yard scoring drive and pulled the Tigers to within 10-7.

Tre Mason: The running back had a catch for 22 yards and a run of 9 yards to spark the Tigers’ scoring drive.

Fourth Quarter

Arkansas 7 3 0 14 - 24

Auburn 0 0 7 0 - 7

Arkansas Auburn

Rushing Yards 65 -3

Passing Yards 63 108

Total Yards 128 105

Time/Poss. 8:45 6:15

Turnovers 1 2

Brandon Mitchell: The former quarterback passed for his first touchdown this season, hitting Javontee Herndon for 26 yards on a wide receiver pass to give the Razorbacks a 17-7 lead.

Johnson: He rushed for his second touchdown of the game to cap the scoring. Johnson finished the game with 91 total yards of offense, including 76 rushing.

Pass Defense: Arkansas intercepted Moseley twice in the fourth quarter — both in the end zone — the first by Alan Turner and the second by Ross Rasner.