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  10/18/20 - FS Hudson ClarkrSr/2025, Arkansas

  The Arkansas Razorbacks had as many interceptions Saturday against Ole Miss as they had in 12 games all of last season. Rebels quarterback Matt Corral had thrown just one interception in 88 passes the first three games - in the opener against Florida - but the Razorbacks picked him off six times as the University of Arkansas beat Ole Miss 33-21. During last season's 2-10 season that included an 0-8 SEC mark, the University of Arkansas combined for six interceptions. The six interceptions Saturday tied for the most the Razorbacks have had against an SEC team since joining the conference in 1992. They also had six in a 52-6 victory over Mississippi State in 2003.

Cornerback Hudson Clark led the Razorbacks with three interceptions. Safety Jalen Catalon, nickel back Greg Brooks and linebacker Grant Morgan each had one apiece. "That's coaching, that's playing, that's being in position, that's reading eyes," Arkansas Coach Sam Pittman said of the interceptions. "That kid Corral had one interception going into today. We picked him six times, so that's coaching and that's players learning and obviously being able to get it done as well." Arkansas is the second SEC team in as many weeks to have six interceptions. Kentucky also did it in a 24-2 victory over Mississippi State the previous Saturday. The Arkansas school record for interceptions is nine against SMU in 1970. The Razorbacks had eight against SMU in 1951, and seven against Texas Tech in 1966 and Rice in 1986. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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News Source: Northwest Arkansas Times

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