First Quarter

First Quarter

Ole Miss 0

Arkansas 10


Rushing Yards 25 37

Passing Yards 60 113

Total Yards 85 150

Time/Poss. 6:49 8:11

Turnovers 1 0


Cobi Hamilton: The senior had receptions of 27 yards on the first offensive play and 22 yards on a fourth-and-11 to help set up a short Zach Hocker field goal on the Razorbacksí opening drive. Hamilton had four catches in the quarter for 48 yards.

Chris Gragg: In his first game since suffering a leg injury Sept. 22, Gragg hauled in a 42-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Wilson to give Arkansas a 10-0 lead.

Jared Green: The Little Rock native recovered a fumble on Ole Missí second drive when Bo Wallace dropped a handoff exchange with running back Jeff Scott. It ended a promising drive for the Rebels at the Arkansas 31.

Second Quarter

Ole Miss 0 21

Arkansas 10 7


Rushing Yards 52 48

Passing Yards 75 83

Total Yards 127 131

Time/Poss. 5:07 9:53

Turnovers 1 1


Charles Sawyer: The Ole Miss cornerback had an interception and a blocked punt in the quarter. The block was returned to the Arkansas 18, resulting in a Rebels touchdown four plays later that gave them a 14-10 lead.

Alex Voelzke: The redshirt freshman tight end recorded his first career reception with a 6-yard touchdown from Wilson to give the Razorbacks a 17-14 lead with 1:21 remaining in the first half.

Bo Wallace: He engineered a 10-play, 75-yard drive that took only 1-minute, 1-second to answer Arkansasí go-ahead score. Jeff Scottís 1-yard touchdown run with 20 seconds left before halftime gave the Rebels a 21-17 halftime lead.

Third Quarter

Ole Miss 0 21 3

Arkansas 10 7 0


Rushing Yards 1 41

Passing Yards 41 53

Total Yards 42 84

Time/Poss. 6:12 8:48

Turnovers 0 1

Denzel Nkemdiche: A promising Arkansas drive ended when the freshman linebacker intercepted Tyler Wilson at the Ole Miss 5.

Bryson Rose: His 27-yard field goal extended the Rebelsí lead to 24-17 with 3:20 remaining in the quarter.

Arkansasí Rush Defense: Arkansas held Ole Miss to just 1 rushing yard in the third quarter on seven attempts.

Fourth Quarter

Ole Miss 0 21 3 6 - 30

Arkansas 10 7 0 10 - 27


Rushing Yards -1 41

Passing Yards 101 48

Total Yards 100 89

Time/Poss. 9:02 5:58

Turnovers 0 0

Bryson Rose: He hit field goals of 53 and 31 yards, the latter of which gave the Rebels a 30-27 lead as time expired.

Dennis Johnson: Arkansasí running back ran for a total of 45 yards on three consecutive runs, punctuated by a 4-yard touchdown run with 2:09 remaining that tied the game after Zach Hockerís extra point.

Bo Wallace: The Ole Miss quarterback completed 4 of 5 passes for 47 yards and added 13 rushing yards on the Rebelsí game-winning drive.