Missouri face Arkansas in an SEC college football game on Friday, November 26, 2021 (11/26/21) at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Arkansas.
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What: SEC, college football
who: Missouri vs. Arkansas
When: Friday November 26, 2021
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Or: War Memorial Stadium
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Bryce Young had more yards than any Alabama quarterback has ever had in a game.
The second Crimson Tide needed that kind of performance – and every timely deepball in Jameson Williams, too.
Young had a school record of 559 yards and five touchdowns and the Alabama No.2 nested a berth in the Southeastern Conference Championship game with a 42-35 victory Saturday over the No.21 of the ‘Arkansas.
The Tide (10-1, 7-1, No. 2 CFP) won their 15th straight game against the Razorbacks (7-4, 3-4), thanks in large part to the deep connection from Young-to-Williams who continues to be the ultimate offensive bailout.
Alabama made an appointment with Georgia’s No.1 in Atlanta on December 4 after a visit to rival Auburn.
“We left a lot of points on the board where we could have put the game aside,” Tide coach Nick Saban said. “And defensively we gave up a few big plays, but the most important thing is that they were like 10 of 19 in the third and fourth downs, so when we got a chance to get off the pitch we weren’t left the field. “
This one wasn’t settled until Arkansas’ kick went out of bounds with 1:02 to go.
The Razorbacks were left alive with Raheim Sanders’ 17-yard touchdown by KJ Jefferson, but it took them nearly five minutes to get there.
Young completed 31 of 40 passes to keep himself squarely in the Heisman Trophy conversation, hitting Williams for a perfect shot for a 79-yard double-cover and returning the ball to Christian Leary for another touchdown as he looked ready to run. .
It was the second-most passing yardage in SEC history, behind Mississippi State’s KJ Costello, who threw for 623 yards against LSU last season.
Williams caught eight passes for 190 yards with touchdowns of 79, 32 and 40 yards.
“When you have a dynamic playmaker like that, you just have to put the ball in the air and let it run under him,” Young said.
John Metchie also gained 173 yards of 10 catches with a touchdown. Brian Robinson of Alabama ran 122 yards on 27 carries.
The deciding point was Young’s 40 yards against Williams in the end zone in the third and 10th. He was examined to see if Williams had possession as he descended, and replay officials confirmed the crowd relief appeal at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
That left Jefferson and Arkansas needing two scores in the 5:39 final, but they could only deliver one.
Jefferson completed 22 of 30 passes for 326 yards and three touchdowns. Much of that damage was caused by Treylon Burks, whose eight catches totaled 179 yards and a pair of scores.
“We felt we had a great chance to win the game and obviously we did,” said Arkansas coach Sam Pittman. “We just haven’t had enough or haven’t had a stoppage. We certainly didn’t play a perfect game.
This gave Alabama double-digit wins for the 14th consecutive season, tying Florida State’s FBS record set from 1987 to 2000.
Young shattered the school’s 484-yard pass mark set by Scott Hunter against Auburn in 1969, overtaking it with 11 minutes left.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)