Tagovailoa stars as No. 1 Alabama routs Arkansas

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But you say you're the best fans in college football, well you need to show up. Senior tailback Damien Harris ran for 111 yards and two TDs while receiver Jerry Jeudy and tight end Irv Smith Jr. combined for 258 yards receiving and three TDs.

"I think the line's playing really well; they come in every day, keep working hard and they're giving us time back there", Storey said.

Tua Tagovailoa passed for 334 yards and four touchdowns as No. 1 Alabama ran its winning streak against Arkansas to 12 straight with a 65-31 win Saturday.

"But Patrick [Surtain II] has played quite a bit at his position, so we do have two guys that do have some experience", he said.

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.

At the same time, the Razorbacks needed to play practically a ideal game to have a chance to pull off the upset.

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Alabama's 639 total yards were the fourth highest total posted against Arkansas and a season high for the Crimson Tide, eclipsing the 608 gained yards in the previous week's 56-14 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette. Their last nine opponents averaged only 5.1 first-half points.

The Alabama sophomore quarterback - who won the starting job over Jalen Hurts this year, but they are sharing the snaps - is the frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy this year, and it didn't take long for him to remind everyone why on the road against Arkansas on Saturday. Backup tight end Cheyenne O'Grady caught seven of those passes for 48 yards and went into the end zone twice. His other incomplete throws came when end Randy Ramsey hit his arm on a delivery late in the second quarter and a throwaway out of bounds for DaVonta Smith early in the third.

Tagovailoa has thrown one more touchdown pass (18) than Greg McElroy threw in Alabama's entire 2009 national championship season.

For the Razorbacks, Boyd became the first Arkansas player to eclipse 100 rushing yards against Alabama since Darren McFadden's 195-yard performance in 2007.

The margin grew to 21-0 before Arkansas (1-5, 0-3) got on the scoreboard.