FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Arkansas running back Ronnie Wingo
picked a good time to have his breakout game.
Wingo rushed for a career-high 109 yards last week against Troy,
also scoring three touchdowns. It was a welcome relief for an
Arkansas rushing attack that appeared in flux during the first two
games following the season-ending ankle injury suffered by Knile
Davis last month.
Now the No. 14 Razorbacks (3-0) hope the junior can continue to
provide a boost in the running game as they prepare to face No. 3
Alabama (3-0) on Saturday.
The lack of a running game hurt the Razorbacks during the second
half of a loss to the Crimson Tide last season. Alabama is allowing
only 170 total yards per game.
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