Sport Watch: Arkansas RB absolutely destroyed defender with massive block
More Than 1,300 COVID Cases Reported in Arkansas Children Just Weeks Into School Year
Colleges in the state reported 202 COVID cases, while private schools added another 39. The state is still facing widespread debates regarding masks between the health department and elected officials weeks. On August 10, the Arkansas Department of Education officially recommended students wear masks in schools to limit the spread of COVID-19, stating its guidelines followed the suggestions of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The department's new recommendations include wearing masks in situations when social distancing cannot be enforced.
Arkansas running back Dominique Johnson absolutely obliterated a Texas A&M defensive lineman with a block on Saturday.
Arkansas delivered one of the biggest wins on Saturday, defeating the Aggies 20-10 to remain unbeaten. They also brought the pain to A&M.
Johnson destroyed Micheal Clemons with a block that sent the 6-foot-5, 270-pound lineman to the turf.
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Johnson was flagged for an illegal blindside block despite hitting Clemons in his front. Even if he was penalized, he left a mark with that hit.
Arkansas fined $100,000 by SEC after fans storm the field to celebrate the Razorbacks' upset of Texas
Fans rushed the field after Arkansas upset the Longhorns Saturday night in Fayetteville , Arkansas. It's the second fine Arkansas has received under the league's access to competition area policy. It was last fined for a violation when fans rushed the field after its 17-0 win against then-No. 17 LSU in 2014. The SEC rule states "access to competition areas shall be limited to participating student-athletes, coaches, officials, support personnel and properly-credentialed individuals at all times.
That was savage. I could watch it on a loop all day.
A&M is now 3-1 following the loss, while the Hogs stand to move up in the rankings.
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No. 2 Georgia routs No. 11 Arkansas 37-0 without QB JT Daniels .
The Bulldogs' stout defense shuts down the Razorbacks as Georgia makes a statement to be considered the No. 1 team in the nation.The second-ranked Bulldogs played without starting quarterback JT Daniels, who sat out with a lat injury, but still had no problem dispatching the overmatched, ineffective Razorbacks, who gained only 162 total yards. The Bulldogs have outscored their opponents 99-0 in the last two weeks after their 62-0 beatdown of Vanderbilt.