FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - 64 yards.
That's it. That's the total yards the Arkansas Razorbacks rushed for a season ago in a 24-20 loss at home against the then No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide. That was last year.
"We're excited about our preparation for the Alabama game," said Arkansas Head Coach Bobby Petrino. "They're a very good defensive football team, basically the same guys we played last year."
Alabama exploited Arkansas' one-dimensional offense a season ago. The Bama defense teed-off on quarterback Ryan Mallett in the second-half, forcing him to make bad decisions. Arkansas' running game regrouped after that loss. All-Southeastern Conference tailback Knile Davis carried the load last season becoming one of the country's best. His season-ending injury has forced junior Ronnie Wingo into the spotlight this season.