Nick Saban blasts Alabama defense after Arkansas rout

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"We're obviously playing better on offense than we are on defense". "We had a lot of explosive plays, a lot of big plays".

University of Arkansas Coach Chad Morris said at his introductory news conference in December that the Razorbacks have made it a priority to recruit fast players on every level of the offense and defense. Saban has his teaching points moving forward.

"I can't make any comparisons". Storey hit C.J. O'Grady with an 8-yard pass in the corner of the end zone. Tagovailoa threw a short pass in the right flat to Smith, who broke free and went down the sideline, completing a 76-yard touchdown with only 21 seconds elapsed.

Prior to taking over as a starter this season, Diggs was one of the primary returners in his first two seasons.

Alabama was the beneficiary of two fumbles near the north end zone in a span of 13 minutes in the first half.

The Razorbacks have allowed a total of 72 points before scoring in the past four weeks, with deficits of 17-0 against North Texas, Auburn and Texas A&M, and 21-0 against Alabama. On the first, Arkansas cornerback Ryan Pulley stripped tight end Irv Smith after a 47-yard gain to the 12. Henry Ruggs III recovered the ball and ran it 12 yards for the team's second score.

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He opened the game with a insane stat line: He threw 2-for-2 for 123 yards and two touchdowns.

The Razorbacks did get two TDs inside the final 10 minutes. The drive, beginning at the 22-yard line, was set up by a 78-yard punt return from De'Vion Warren.

As bad as the score was, the Razorbacks actually showed signs of life on offense.

The Hogs will travel to Little Rock next Saturday to take on Ole Miss, seeking to continue a recent trend of finding ways to pull out wins against the Rebels.

"He is a fantastic leader and you can definitely see that", Morris said. "It's a six-game season, and we're going to focus on us; we're going to focus on what we've been focusing on the last three and a half, four weeks and that's just us getting better".

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