First Quarter

First Quarter

Kentucky 0

Arkansas 28


Rushing Yards 26 44

Passing Yards 22 263

Total Yards 48 307

Time/Poss. 6:56 8:04

Turnovers 0 0


Jonathan Williams: The freshman running back had touchdown catches of 74 and 77 yards in the quarter on wheel routes. Williams’ first touchdown pass came on the Razorbacks’ first play of the quarter, while his last came on the final play of the quarter.

Tyler Wilson: Arkansas’ quarterback completed 11 of 12 passes in the first quarter for 263 yards and three touchdowns. In addition to the long touchdown passes to Williams, Wilson had a 5-yard touchdown pass to Dennis Johnson.

Weather: The teams endured a 1-hour, 6-minute rain delay with 3 minutes, 32 seconds left in the quarter. Arkansas led 14-0 at the time and needed only four plays to cover 59 yards for another score after the game’s resumption.

Second Quarter

Kentucky 0 0

Arkansas 28 14


Rushing Yards 19 69

Passing Yards 21 68

Total Yards 40 137

Time/Poss. 6:18 8:42

Turnovers 0 0


Javontee Herndon: His 8-yard touchdown catch from Wilson extended the Razorbacks’ lead to 35-0. Herndon has three touchdown catches this season after failing to record any his first two years with the Razorbacks.

Dennis Johnson: The fifth-year senior scored his third touchdown of the game (second rushing) on a 2-yard run with 1:51 left before halftime. Johnson scored two touchdowns the week before at Auburn.

Keante Minor: Arkansas’ decision to take a timeout shortly before halftime nearly paid off, but Minor’s 71-yard punt return touchdown was nullified because of a block in the back. It was the second time this season the Razorbacks had a punt return touchdown called back.

Third Quarter

Kentucky 0 0 7 - 7

Arkansas 28 14 7 - 49


Rushing Yards 21 48

Passing Yards 61 41

Total Yards 82 89

Time/Poss. 3:23 6:29

Turnovers 0 0

Wilson: He set a career-high and tied the school record with his fifth touchdown pass before taking a seat midway through the third quarter. Wilson led the Razorbacks to scores in seven of his eight possessions.

Julian Horton: Wilson’s final touchdown pass went 18 yards to Horton to extend Arkansas’ lead to 49-0. Horton was the 10th Arkansas receiver to record a catch.

La’Rod King: Kentucky got on the board shortly before the game’s second weather delay with a 61-yard touchdown pass from Jalen Whitlow to King. The Wildcats had only 43 passing yards prior to the score.