Highlights from the Ark.-ULM game


First Quarter

ULM 7

Arkansas 7

ULM Arkansas

Rushing Yards 65 38

Passing Yards 52 54

Total Yards 117 92

Time/Poss. 10:12 4:48

Turnovers 0 1

Highlights

Kolton Browning: ULM’s senior quarterback completed 8 of 9 passes for 52 yards and rushed for 31 yards on five carries in the quarter. Browning helped the Warhawks convert two third downs and a fourth down on a 12-play scoring drive, capped by a 4-yard pass to Centarius Donald with 9:19 remaining.

Julian Horton: Arkansas’ junior receiver hauled in his first touchdown reception with 6:45 left in the quarter on a 20-yard pass from Tyler Wilson. Horton caught the ball in the back of the end zone and got a foot down.

Cameron Bryan: After the Razorbacks’ first score, the former Arkansas kicker showed why coaches love him on kick coverage. The redshirt senior missed on a diving attempt to tackle Cortney Davis, but tackled the return man seconds later.

Second Quarter

ULM 7 0

Arkansas 7 14

ULM Arkansas

Rushing Yards 21 35

Passing Yards 144 113

Total Yards 163 148

Time/Poss. 8:41 6:19

Turnovers 0 0

Highlights

Cobi Hamilton: The senior continued to make big plays at War Memorial Stadium, hauling in a 39-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Wilson. Hamilton has caught a touchdown in six of his seven career games in Little Rock and at least two passes in 24 consecutive games.

Mekale McKay: The freshman turned the field with a 61-yard reception to the ULM 22, setting up the Razorbacks’ third score. Knile Davis capped the 3-play, 87-yard drive moments later with a 4-yard touchdown run.

Fourth-and-No: After driving the length of the field in a little more than two minutes, ULM failed a fourth-and-goal when Browning’s pass intended for Tavarese May fell incomplete with 14 seconds left before halftime.

Third Quarter

ULM 7 0 7

Arkansas 7 14 7

ULM Arkansas

Rushing Yards 25 -5

Passing Yards 110 60

Total Yards 135 55

Time/Poss. 11:02 3:58

Turnovers 1 0

Highlights

Ross Rasner: Arkansas’ senior safety halted a promising drive for the Warhawks early in the quarter, intercepting Browning’s pass at the 1-yard line and returning it 33 yards to the Razorbacks 34.

Brandon Allen: The redshirt freshman connected with McKay for a 13-yard touchdown in his first drive of the game. It was Allen’s first career touchdown pass and McKay’s first career touchdown reception.

Jyruss Edwards : The running back’s 3-yard touchdown run with 5:41 left in the quarter was the first of three straight touchdowns to end regulation for the Warhawks.

Fourth Quarter

ULM 7 0 7 14

Arkansas 7 14 7 0

ULM Arkansas

Rushing Yards 10 28

Passing Yards 127 25

Total Yards 137 53

Time/Poss. 9:24 5:36

Turnovers 0 1

Highlights

Browning: The quarterback passed for 127 yards in the final quarter, including a 23-yard game-tying touchdown on fourth down with 47 seconds remaining.

Brent Leonard: The ULM receiver caught the game-tying touchdown pass with 47 seconds remaining. He finished the game with 11 catches for 112 yards.

Arkansas Run Game: The Razorbacks had only 23 rushing yards in the second half on 11 carries.

Overtime

ULM 7 0 7 14 6 - 34

Arkansas 7 14 7 0 3 - 31

ULM Arkansas

Rushing Yards 17 0

Passing Yards 8 0

Total Yards 25 0

Time/Poss. N/A N/A

Turnovers 0 0

Highlights

Browning: The quarterback’s 16-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-1 gave ULM the win. The Warhawks finished the game converting 6-of-7 fourth down conversions.

Zach Hocker: Arkansas’ kicker gave the Razorbacks a brief 31-28 lead with a 37-yard field goal - his first of the season.

Allen: Despite being aided with a defensive holding call, Allen threw five incompletions in as many attempts in overtime.