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Alabama too talented to overcome

LITTLE ROCK — The talent gap between Alabama’s defense and Arkansas’ offense is intact, a circumstance underscored by the fact that Alabama made all sorts of mistakes Saturday night and still won comfortably.

Arkansas-Alabama top players

Alabama LB Reggie Ragland — Ragland was a force all night, frustrating the Arkansas offense. He had eight tackles, seven solo, a sack, a tackle-for-loss, a pass break-up, two quarterback hurries and a forced fumble. It was the best defensive game a player has had against Arkansas all season.

Weevils pick up first win in dominant fashion

MONTICELLO — For more Sundays than he would care to number, Arkansas-Monticello head coach Hud Jackson has come to campus with a daunting task: how to fix what’s wrong without crushing motivation and losing momentum. And for a team that was 0-5, the task just kept getting harder and more frustrating each week.

Wildcats stunned by Bobcats’ rally

HOPE — With a conference championship in sight for Watson Chapel and Hope, it was predictable that Friday’s game between the 5A-South Conference members would be exciting. The game definitely lived up to it’s potential, and it wasn’t decided until the final seconds of regulation.

Lion volleyball sweeps Devilettes

The Arkansas-Pine Bluff volleyball team picked up its fourth win of the season and its second of the season over Mississippi Valley State with a 3-0 (25-11, 25-19, 25-13) nonconference sweep on Friday night at H.O. Clemmons Arena.