Devwah Whaley and his University of Arkansas Men’s Football teammates struggled to contain Auburn’s offense, falling 52 - 20 inside Razorback Stadium.
Sophomore Connor Limpert gave Arkansas its first points of the night with a 34-yard field goal late in the third quarter. It was the first of two field goals on the night for Limpert.
Senior Kevin Richardson II intercepted a pass from Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham to give Arkansas the ball on its own 38-yard line. The pick marked the third interception in four games for the Jacksonville, Arkansas native.
Freshman De’Vion Warren returned a kickoff 100-yards for Arkansas’ first touchdown of the night late in the third quarter. It marked the first kickoff returned for a touchdown by a Arkansas player since Korliss Marshall took one back against Northern Illinois on September 20th, 2014.
Sophomore Whaley scored from 2-yards out for Arkansas’ final score of the night. It was his third touchdown of the season as Whaley finished with 31-yards on nine carries.