Published: Mon, October 08, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Tua Tagovailoa opened Alabama's game vs. Arkansas with a ideal stat line

Tua Tagovailoa opened Alabama's game vs. Arkansas with a ideal stat line

Alabama scored a 76-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage and racked up over 600 yards of offense, as the Crimson Tide cruised past Arkansas, 65-31.

Tua Tagovailoa's had another big day at quarterback as the Tide's starter went 10-of-13 passing for 334 yards and four touchdowns. Alabama has returned four interceptions for touchdowns this season. TV networks will have to make sure their on-field cameras are ready from the second Alabama steps onto the field, because it can score at any moment.

Alabama coach Nick Saban has coached the Tide to five national titles, but never has he had a team like this. Are you really playing as well as you're capable of playing and are you doing it on a consistent basis.

"We've played a really tough schedule over the last few weeks", Morris said.

Arkansas first-year coach Chad Morris, who recruited and coached Deshaun Watson at Clemson, had high praise for Tagovailoa.

Perhaps the costliest turnover came when Arkansas, after falling behind 21-0, was able to get on the scoreboard late in the first quarter and had just gotten the ball back when the Razorback defense stopped Alabama on a fourth-and-1 running play at its own 43.

"We made a lot of mistakes on defense", said Saban after watching his team allow 405 yards to a one-win Arkansas team.

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"We need to coach them better", Saban said.

The Alabama Crimson Tide have reached a new level of dominance.

"I think the fans are getting so entitled there at Alabama, specifically the students,"the former Heisman Trophy victor said Friday".

The margin grew to 21-0 before Arkansas (1-5, 0-3) got on the scoreboard.

"I don't think you beat the other team when you give up 31 points like we did today, from a defense perspective".

It took all of one play for Alabama to remind fans it was the No. 1 team in the country.

Backup quarterback Cole Kelley threw the second touchdown, faking the run before pulling up and firing a 3-yard pass to O'Grady.

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