When Alabama beat Arkansas with a late touchdown, the cameras immediately turned to Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban. The newest Southern football saint crinkled a smile that probably had Miami Dolphins fans throwing their tanning oil at the television. But it was the next focused shot, on Arkansas tailback Darren McFadden, that was more telling. He looked helpless and disappointed after the 41-38 loss Saturday night, realizing he could do nothing, even after a night where he had done nearly everything. McFadden rolled up 195 rushing yards (260 all-purpose) and two touchdowns on a career-high 33 carries.