Arkansas Loses School Record 8th Straight

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Arkansas led Mississippi State 17-10 heading into the fourth quarter but once again let it slip away.

The Bulldogs scored on the first play of overtime and then held Arkansas as the Bulldogs posted a 24-17 win at War Memorial Stadium.

Damian Williams scored the game winning touchdown on the opening play of overtime on a quarterback sweep.

Brandon Allen was picked off on a fourth down attempt in the overtime period to seal the win for Mississippi State (5-6, 2-5 SEC).

Arkansas had chances to take control of the game, a contest in which the Razorbacks led 10-0, but a fumble by Alex Collins inside the Bulldogs red zone in the fourth quarter prevented Arkansas from taking a lead.

Jonathan Williams rushed for a team high 60 yards while Collins added 52.

Brandon Allen was 10-of-17 passing for 113 yards and the overtime interceptions. Mississippi State's Tyler Russell was 19-of-29 for 276 yards and two scores.


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