No. 1 was the top offensive threat with seven catches for 99 yards, including a highlight-worthy one-handed grab in the second quarter. He also broke up an interception in the same quarter.
USC’s national title-winning baseball team got their rings at halftime, drawing by far the evening’s biggest cheers from the crowd of 75,136.
After four straight games of holding opponents under 50 percent on third-down conversions, the Razorbacks were eight of 13 on third downs.
Another strong performance for the opposing quarterback. This time Ryan Mallett took apart the USC secondary by going 21-for-30 for 303 yards and a touchdown. His only pick came off a tip.
While the announced crowd was about 5,000 under a sellout, many more seats looked empty at kickoff for a game where USC could have won a share of the SEC East crown.