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Sept. 11, 2010 vs. ULM — War Memorial Stadium
Arkansas 7 0 7 17 31
ULM 0 0 0 7 7
Arkansas was 4-for-4 in the Critical Zone (inside the 20-yard line) in the game. The Razorbacks scored on a 19-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Mallett to Greg Childs, a 1-yard run by Mallett, a 26-yard field goal by Zack Hocker and another touchdown pass from Ryan Mallett to Greg Childs, this one for 18 yards. Arkansas is now 9-for-9 inside the Critical Zone this season.
The Razorbacks held ULM to 16 total yards on 12 offensive plays (avg. 1.3 yds./play) in the 1st quarter. ULM’s first play from the Arkansas side of the field came with 9:13 left in the 2nd quarter, and the Warhawks ended the first half with 58 total yards on 28 plays (avg. 2.1 yds./play).
ULM scored the first touchdown of the season against the Arkansas defense with 5:14 left in the fourth quarter. Arkansas’ defense went 114:46 without allowing a touchdown to begin the 2010 season.
Stat of the Game
Ryan Mallett threw for 400 yards for the third time in his career. He was eight yards shy of his and Arkansas’ school record of 408 which he threw for against Georgia on Sept. 19, 2009. His three touchdown passes in the game are the seventh time in his career that he has thrown for more than two touchdown passes.
Ryan Mallett continued his streak of at least one pass of 25 yards or more in every game of his Arkansas career with a 47-yard pass to Joe Adams on the Razorbacks’ first play from scrimmage.
Ryan Mallett has thrown for a touchdown in 14 of his 15 games as a Razorback. He extended that run with a 19-yard scoring pass to Greg Childs with 5:48 remaining in the 1st quarter. The touchdown was the 41st of Mallett’s career and 10th of Childs’ career and the eighth time Mallett threw a touchdown to Childs. The two connected in the 4th quarter on an 18-yard effort to increase their career numbers to 42 touchdown passes for Mallett and 11 grabs for Childs.
Joe Adams collected 158 all-purpose yards (76 receiving and 82 return) in the first half. He has 303 total yards in the first two games of the 2010 season.
Zack Hocker made the first field goal attempt of his collegiate career, a 26 yarder in the 4th quarter.
Greg Childs set a career high with 146 receiving yards and matched a career high with two touchdown grabs in the game. The first was a 19-yard reception in the first quarter and the second an 18-yard catch in the fourth. Both former career highs were set against Georgia on Sept. 19, 2009 (also Arkansas’ second game of the season).
Tonight’s attendance was 55,705, the 13th-largest crowd in War Memorial Stadium history.
Tonight’s captains for Arkansas were: Ryan Mallett, Ramon Broadway, D.J. Williams, DeMarcus Love, Jake Bequette
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