Devwah Whaley and his Arkansas Razorbacks teammates fought to the finish but came up just short against the Texas A&M Aggies Falling 31-27 at AT&T Stadium.
The Razorbacks scored on their first drive of the second half on an 11-yard run from Devwah Whaley. It was the second time Arkansas has scored on its second half-opening drive this
season, doing so against Colorado State on Sept. 14.
It was Whaley’s third game with a rushing touchdown, scoring on the ground every other game this season since week 1 (Portland State, Colorado State, Texas A&M).
The 11-yd score was Whaley’s longest of the season.
Whaley is now tied with Rakeem Boyd for the team lead in rushing touchdowns (3) and has 15 touchdowns in his career.
Whaley is the first Razorback to score 15 rushing touchdowns in a career since Jonathan Williams had 16 between 2012-16.