Tua Tagovailoa throws four touchdowns in first half

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Alabama defenders - including end Isaiah Buggs and big linebacker like Dylan Moses, as well as Deionte Thompson, Trevon Diggs and Xavier McKinney in the secondary - closed out on Arkansas ball carriers and made tackles on the flanks on several plays that looked promising for the Hogs. Tagovailoa hit Jerry Jeudy for scoring strikes of 42 and 60 yards in the second quarter.

Arkansas managed an 11-play, 52-yard drive that resulted in a 41-yard Connor Limpert field goal before the Crimson Tide pulled its starters on defense. He entered Week 6 having thrown for 1,161 yards with 14 touchdowns and no interceptions while completing 75 percent of his passes. "We've got to do a better job of coaching those guys, so that they do a better job when the game comes and make those adjustments they need to make". He has yet to throw a fourth-quarter pass as Alabama has outscored its opponents by a combined 336-96.

"I don't think you beat the other team when you give up 31 points like we did today, from a defense perspective".

Alabama built leads of 21-0 and 34-14.

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"Our message for this football team moving forward is we're going to come back in here (Sunday) and we're going to hit reset", Morris said. "And we're going to have to get some other players to develop and be able to play for us".

Alabama was the beneficiary of two fumbles near the north end zone in a span of 13 minutes in the first half. Alabama is also with freshman defensive back Jalyn Armour-Davis, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last month. Henry Ruggs III recovered the ball and ran it 12 yards for the team's second score. He made a sliding catch on Ty Storey's rollout pass for a 17-yard touchdown with 8:58 left in the game.

The Razorbacks came up on the wrong end of all the reviewed plays against Alabama. The drive, beginning at the 22-yard line, was set up by a 78-yard punt return from De'Vion Warren.

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