Alabama vs Arkansas NCAA Football Scores and Match Results
NCAA Alabama vs Arkansas Football Scores and Match Highlights- The most anticipated game for the NCAA College Football week 4 is the battle between the ranked number 1 and defending national champion Alabama Crimson Tide which will be going against number 10 Arkansas Razorbacks.
Arkansas will play the host to the defending champion on their game on Saturday, September 25. CBS will have a live broadcast of the game at 3:30pm Eastern Time.
So far the score between the head to head of this two team is 10-8 in favor of Alabama, so we expect a good game this Saturday.
Alabama had showed their power in the early games and is currently undefeated. Alabama routed the Dukes via a 62-13 win and then they outscored both San Jose State and nationally-ranked Penn State by a combined score of 72-6.
Meanwhile, Arkansas is an improved team this year being the recipient in junior QB Ryan Mallett. The 6-6, 240-pounder has played lights out in the early stages, completing 70 percent of his passes, for 1,081 yards, with nine TDs. Wideouts Greg Childs (19 receptions, for 254 yards, three TDs) and Joe Adams (15 receptions, for 344 yards, two TDs) have reaped the rewards of Mallett’s strong play.
So what will be the final results as these two team collide this Satuday? What is your pick?
Here is a preview of what could be in Alabama vs Arkansas NCAA College Football 2010:
UPDATE OF RESULTS: Alabama won over Arkansas in a final score of 24-20. Arkansas led the first two quarters with scores of 10 and 7 respectively. However, the winning football team Alabama led the third and fourth quarters of the football match with scores of 7 and 10 respectively. In the end, Arkansas was short of just 5 points to win the match and so Alabama won. You can view the recap of the football game here.Follow us on Twitter to get free up-to-date news via tweets from the World Correspondents, or you can subscribe to us by entering your e-mail below. You can confirm your free subscription by clicking the confirmation link that will be sent to your e-mail address. Once you've confirmed, then you're good to go.