No. 22 Auburn at Arkansas
Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007
Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium – Fayetteville, Ark.
Arkansas Game Notes vs. Auburn
• Darren McFadden broke Arkansas’ all-time rushing record with a 13-yard rush in the third quarter. He
passed Ben Cowins, who finished his career with 3,570 yards. McFadden now has 3,582 yards rushing
during his 31-game career.
• With a five-yard rush in the first quarter, Darren McFadden became Arkansas’ all-time leader in allpurpose
yards, passing Gary Anderson who had 4,535. McFadden now has 4,576 career all-purpose
• Peyton Hillis’ 29-yard reception from Casey Dick in the second quarter was his longest reception of
the season. It also tied the second-longest reception in Hillis’ career.
• Arkansas and Auburn both recorded season-low first-half-point totals. The Tigers managed just a
field goal while the Hogs were scoreless.
• The scoreless first half for the Razorbacks was the first since Oct. 11, 2003, against the same Auburn
Tigers. AU led 7-0 at the half of that game and went on to win 10-3.
• Marcus Monk saw his first action of the season on one first-quarter snap. That snaps a 36-game streak
with at least one catch. Monk had a catch in every game of his career before tonight.
• Freddie Fairchild’s third-quarter sack was his first since Oct. 22, 2005, vs. Georgia. Fairchild missed
all but two games of the 2007 season with a knee injury.
• The 67 yards rushing for Arkansas was a season-low, 271 yards below its season average. It is the
fewest yards rushing since Nov. 25, 2005, when LSU held the Hogs to 35 yards.
• Arkansas’ 25 rushing attempts is also a season low. The Razorbacks had rushed a minimum of 50
times in each of the first five games this season.
• Jeremy Davis booted a career-high nine punts for a 40.8-yard average.
• Lucas Miller’s two receptions in the game set career highs for catches in a game and yardage in a
• Receiver Robert Johnson, a former quarterback, completed his second pass of the season in as many
attempts. He hit Peyton Hillis for a 15-yard gain in the fourth quarter.
• Arkansas’ seven points against the Tigers marked its lowest output in 47 games. On Oct. 25, 2003,
Arkansas dropped a 19-7 decision at Ole Miss.
• Arkansas’ touchdown extended its school-record streak of games with a score to 141 games. UA’s last
shutout was a 28-0 loss at LSU on Nov. 18, 1995.