Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams combined to rush for 231 yards as Arkansas overcame an injury to starting quarterback Brandon Allen to defeat Southern Mississippi 24-3.
Allen injured his right shoulder on a 5-yard touchdown run in the first quarter on Saturday.
The sophomore, who took over as the starter this season for Tyler Wilson, went for X-rays following the run and was replaced by junior AJ Derby.
Williams had 116 yard rushing while Collins had 115 for the Razorbacks (3-0). Collins became the first freshman in Southeastern Conference history to top the 100-yard mark in his first three games, the first player overall since Oklahoma's Adrian Peterson in 2004.
The loss was the 15th straight for the Golden Eagles (0-3), the longest losing streak in the country.
Jonathan Williams rushed for 116 yards.
Brandon Allen grabbed headsets in the second half to help with the communication.
Alex Collins finished with 115 yards.
Brandon Allen pops up after scrambling for a touchdown, but he left the game with an injured shoulder after the play.
Tevin Mitchel makes a tackle.
AJ Derby scrambles for 10 yards in the first half against the Golden Eagles.
Bret Bielema works the sideline in the first half.
Photos by Jason Ivester, Hawgs Illustrated
Arkansas 24, Southern Miss 3
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