Photo report: Alabama 30, Arkansas 12

With two touchdowns called back due to penalties and one missed field goal, the final score could have been much worse. As it was Alabama won convincingly over Arkansas by a final score of 30-12.

Alabama tight end Donald Clarke, left, is forced out of bounds by Arkansas linebacker Tony Bua in the third quarter Saturday, Sept. 28, 2002, in Fayetteville, Ark. Clarke had two receptions for 38 yards in the Tide victory. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

Arkansas tailback Cedric Cobbs (4) runs with the football. Arkansas came into the game averaging 262 yards rushing per game. Against Alabama the Hogs gained 172. (AP Photo/April L. Brown)

Arkansas receiver George Wilson, left, is brought down by Alabama free safety Charles Jones, right, in the second quarter. Arkansas was held to only 127 yards passing. (AP Photo/April L. Brown)

Arkansas quarterback Matt Jones (9) is forced to pass as he is brought down by Alabama linebacker DeMeco Ryans early in the fourth quarter. Alabama pressured Jones all night, but the Tide managed only two sacks. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

Alabama kick returner Shaud Williams (21) makes a gain before being brought down by Arkansas defensive end Gavin Walls in the first quarter. Williams ended up with 213 yards of total offense, 119 rushing, 88 receiving and six via punt returns. (AP Photo/April L. Brown)

Arkansas quarterback Matt Jones looks for a receiver. The 6-5, 225-pound sophomore from Van Buren, Ark., completed 16-of-26 passes with zero interceptions, 254 yards and five touchdowns during the team's first two games of 2002. Against the Tide he was 7-of-18 for 111 yards with no touchdown passes and two intereceptions. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, File)

Arkansas coach Houston Nutt reacts as he looks at the scoreboard late in the fourth quarter against Alabama. Alabama won 30-12. Nutt is now 0-2 versus Tide Head Coach Dennis Franchione, losing the two games by an average of 19.5 points. (AP Photo/April l. Brown)

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