Every week Alabama seemingly reaches another milestone with yet another blowout.
The Hogs and Crimson Tide kickoff at 11 a.m. on ESPN.
Backup quarterback Cole Kelley threw the second touchdown, faking the run before pulling up and firing a 3-yard pass to O'Grady.
Alabama coach Nick Saban has coached the Tide to five national titles, but never has he had a team like this. You show up for the game and you support your team. Are you really playing as well as you're capable of playing and are you doing it on a consistent basis.
"Offensively, this was our best performance", Arkansas coach Chad Morris said. By halftime, he had an insane stat line: 10-of-11 passing for 334 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions.
The replay booth also overturned the ruling on the field that Damien Harris had not broken the plane of the end zone on a fourth-down leap at the end of Alabama's first series of the second half.
Alabama was 0 for 2 on third downs against Arkansas through three quarters before going 3 for 4 in the fourth and finishing 3 of 6.
"Patrick has played quite a bit at his position, so we do have two guys that have some experience".
Despite quickly falling behind 21-0, there was actually a chance to Arkansas to make it interesting at one point early in the second quarter. Tagovailoa hit Jerry Jeudy for scoring strikes of 42 and 60 yards in the second quarter.
On Saturday against Arkansas, Tagovailoa nearly couldn't miss in the first half.
You say you're the best fans in college football, you need to show up. "They do a good job of moving him around and his receivers good a good job of finding holes". "We just don't have a lot of depth right now", Saban said.
It didn't take Tagovailoa long to get on the board. "And we're going to have to get some other players to develop and be able to play for us".
"I don't think you beat the other team when you give up 31 points like we did today, from a defense perspective".