Arkansas vs. Tulsa quarter highlights


Arkansas-Tulsa

Quarter Highlights

First Quarter

Tulsa 0

Arkansas 10

TU UA

Rushing Yards 26 49

Passing Yards 80 92

Total Yards 106 141

Time/Poss. 8:30 6:30

Turnovers 0 0

Highlights

Dennis Johnson: Arkansas’ running back had a pair of third-down receptions and an 8-yard touchdown run on the opening drive in the quarter. It was his seventh score in four games.

Zach Hocker: His first of two first-half field goals gave Arkansas a 10-0 lead with 4:06 left in the quarter.

Daniel Schwarz: The Tulsa kicker had a first half to forget. He missed a 42-yard field goal on the Golden Hurricane’s first drive before missing on two extra-47+point attempts in the second quarter.

Second Quarter

Tulsa 0 12

Arkansas 10 3

TU UA

Rushing Yards 58 1

Passing Yards 39 16

Total Yards 97 17

Time/Poss. 10:22 4:38

Turnovers 0 1

Highlights

Tevin Mitchel: The Arkansas cornerback was called for roughing Schwarz on a short field-goal attempt, giving Tulsa a first-and-goal from the 2. The Golden Hurricane needed four tries, but Alex Singleton scored from 1 yard out on fourth-and-goal to give Tulsa its first score.

Alex Singleton: Arkansas brought a cornerback blitz, but Kaelon Kellybrew whiffed on the Tulsa running back in the backfield, allowing Singleton a clear 29-yard lane to the end zone to pull Tulsa within 13-12.

D.D. Jones: Playing his first game since the Razorbacks defeated Auburn on Oct. 6, Jones blocked Schwarz’ second extra-point attempt to keep Arkansas’ lead at 13-12 shortly before halftime.

Third Quarter

Tulsa 0 12 3

Arkansas 10 3 0

TU UA

Rushing Yards 26 47

Passing Yards 76 45

Total Yards 102 92

Time/Poss. 4:59 10:01

Turnovers 0 1

Demarco Nelson: After Julian Horton fumbled on a long drive to start the second half for Arkansas, Nelson scooped up the ball and returned it 33 yards to the Arkansas 45.

Schwarz: After missing two extra points and a field goal in the first half, Schwarz connected on a 29-yard field goal to give Tulsa a 15-13 lead following the Nelson fumble return.

Trey Flowers: When Tulsa opted not to kick a field goal on fourth-and-goal from the Arkansas 5, Flowers batted down a Cody Green pass at the line of scrimmage to keep the Golden Hurricane out of the end zone.

Fourth Quarter

Tulsa 0 12 3 0 - 15

Arkansas 10 3 0 6 - 19

TU UA

Rushing Yards -4 38

Passing Yards 27 119

Total Yards 23 157

Time/Poss. 5:50 9:10

Turnovers 1 0

Tyler Wilson: Arkansas’ quarterback was terrific in the fourth quarter, completing 6 of 9 passes for 119 yards. He completed three consecutive passes for 75 yards to set up Johnson’s go-ahead touchdown run.

Cobi Hamilton: Wilson’s favorite target in the fourth quarter was Hamilton, who caught five passes in the final quarter for 99 yards. Hamilton had back-to-back catches of 41 and 14 yards on the drive to set up Johnson’s go-ahead score.

Rush Defense: Arkansas’ defense held its opposition to negative rushing yards for the second consecutive game in the fourth quarter. The Razorbacks held Tulsa to 106 yards total on the ground, 148 yards below the Golden Hurricane’s season average that ranked No. 9 nationally entering the weekend.