Arkansas game stat leaders, photo report

Alabama led in first downs, yards rushing, yards passing, offensive plays, average gain per play, and time of possession. <br><br>Arkansas had the edge with fewer penalties, punting and the Razorback return game was very good.

With four receptions to his credit for a total of 74 yards, Dre Fulgham was Bama's leading receiver in terms of receptions. His longest catch went for 34 yards. Fulgham also contributed 18 yards rushing on an end-around.


Gerald Dixon had an excellent game for Alabama. The senior cornerback led the Tide in tackling with nine solo stops to his credit. Dixon also had one pass deflection and one quarterback hurry. (Associated Press)


Shown looking for yardage during practice, Santonio Beard was Bama's leading rusher versus Arkansas. He carried the ball 21 times for 134 yards, averaging 6.4 yards per rush. Beard's longest run went for 28 yards.


Derrick Pope looks toward the stands during an earlier game this season. Pope's fourth-quarter interception helped turn the momentum back Bama's way. The middle linebacker returned the pick 61 yards. Pope also contributed five tackles (three solo, two assisted), one pass deflection and one tackle for a loss.


Wesley Britt (#70) and Justin Smiley (#78) stand during practice. Both Britt and Smiley shared Offensive Lineman of the Week honors. Along with Evan Mathis, Britt participated in the most snaps Saturday, 69 on offense and seven on special teams for a total of 76.


Anthony Madison leaves the field. Against Arkansas the sophomore cornerback had four pass deflections and four tackles (one solo and three assisted).


Shaud Williams fights for extra yardage in traffic. Williams was "Mr. Everything" for the Tide, turning in 216 yards of total offense. He gained 119 yards rushing on only 11 carries, averaging 10.8 yards per run and scoring one touchdown. As a receiver Williams caught two passes for 88 yards, with a long of 75. And returning punts the versatile athlete was credited with nine more yards. (Associated Press)



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