In addition to Tagovailoa's four touchdown passes, the Crimson Tide also scored on two runs by Damien Harris and one each by Tulsa native Josh Jacobs and Brian Robinson Jr.
Alabama defenders - including end Isaiah Buggs and big linebacker like Dylan Moses, as well as Deionte Thompson, Trevon Diggs and Xavier McKinney in the secondary - closed out on Arkansas ball carriers and made tackles on the flanks on several plays that looked promising for the Hogs.
In the final score of the game, Cole Kelley rushed for a 1-yard touchdown. He entered Week 6 having thrown for 1,161 yards with 14 touchdowns and no interceptions while completing 75 percent of his passes.
Alabama got the ball back by forcing a fumble on the Razorbacks' opening series.
He threw a 47-yard pass to Smith again. It took the Tide just two plays to score, with a little luck on their side in the process.
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Given McGregor's long layoff and Nurmagomedov's recent form, I have to favor the Russian here. "Anderson is a legend in the game". He will face current lightweight titleholder Khabib Nurmagomedov at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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Alabama earned 59 of 61 first-place votes in the Associated Press Top 25 to take the top spot. Arkansas didn't recover, however.
The Razorbacks came up on the wrong end of all the reviewed plays against Alabama.
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. Alabama scored 30 of the next 33 points. The drive, beginning at the 22-yard line, was set up by a 78-yard punt return from De'Vion Warren.
With some signs of progress being shown since the Razorbacks' last appearance in Fayetteville, the infamous loss to North Texas, Morris believes it's a matter of time before Arkansas can translate that progress into some wins.
Saban and Co. had little trouble dismantling Arkansas on Saturday afternoon, beating the Razorbacks, 65-31. "This is a different team with its own identity", Saban said. "It's a six-game season, and we're going to focus on us; we're going to focus on what we've been focusing on the last three and a half, four weeks and that's just us getting better".