Alabama's big plays too much for Arkansas

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Javier Arenas and Justin Woodall
scored on long interception returns for touchdowns and No. 9
Alabama opened Southeastern Conference play with a 49-14 rout of
Arkansas on Saturday.

Alabama (4-0) led 35-7 at halftime, and six of the Crimson
Tide's seven touchdowns covered at least 25 yards. After Mark
Ingram scored on a 1-yard run, Glen Coffee made it 14-0 for Alabama
on what appeared to be a basic run up the middle from deep in
Crimson Tide territory. Coffee found a hole and suddenly was in the
clear, outrunning the Razorbacks for an 87-yard touchdown.

The route was on. Alabama is 4-0.