Even with a 473-yard offensive output, led by Austin Allenís 400 yards passing, Devwah Whaley and his No. 16 ranked Arkansas was unable to top No. 1 Alabama falling 49-30, inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Despite the setback, Allen threw for more than 200 yards for the fifth straight game and connected with his receivers for three touchdowns. Allenís career-best 400 yards on 25-of-48 passing in the game is his second 300+ yard game this season, both outings occurring in Southeastern Conference play (Texas A&M).
With his performance, Allen became the first Razorback to throw for 200 or more yards in five of the first six games of a season since Tyler Wilson in 2011 and totaled the most passing yards against Alabama in school history.
He also became the first Arkansas quarterback and one of five SEC quarterbacks to throw multiple touchdown passes in each of the first six games of a season.
Jared Cornelius led all Arkansas receivers with a career-high 146 yards on five catches, including a long 57-yard reception in the first half. It was Corneliusí third straight game of 100 yards or more receiving.
Wide receiver Keon Hatcher and tight end Jeremy Sprinkle pulled in the touchdowns for the Hogs. Hatcher hauled in two touchdown catches of 16 and 10 yards in the second and third quarter. It marks his second career multi-TD game, his first of the season.