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SEC Week 5 rewind: Florida leads way

It was another interesting week in SEC football. Let's look back at some of the highlights of Week 5.

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ICYMI: Evan Berry, Eric's little brother, took the opening kickoff back for a TD with this impressive 96-yard run:

Arkansas snaps slide, wins at Tennessee (1:07)

Arkansas tops Tennessee to end three-game skid

Alex Collins rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns Saturday as Arkansas defeated Tennessee 24-20 to snap a three-game skid and end its recent history of frustration in close games.

Rod Gilmore: Disappointing loss for Volunteers (2:02)
Bret Bielema: We have to keep plugging away (1:00)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Misery Bowl in Knoxville has been fun to watch. Good job by Arkansas weathering the opening kickoff TD. Brandon Allen and Alex Collins settling in nicely. Tennessee with a slight edge in first downs (14-12) and yards (275-258). But Joshua Dobbs needs to get going in second half.

Halftime interview with TENN HC Butch Jones (0:22)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Tennessee has led all four of its games by at least 13 this season but is just 2-2. The Vols were up 14-0 on Arkansas in the first quarter and now it's 14-14


Arkansas pulls even with Tennessee

Dominique Reed turned a short pass into a 33-yard score as he outran the Volunteers' defense to tie the game on ESPN2.


Volunteers double their lead early

Joshua Dobbs capped off an 89-yard drive with a 7-yard TD rush as Tennessee is off to a strong start with a 14-0 lead over Arkansas -- the Razorbacks later scored to cut the lead to 7 -- on ESPN2.


Tennessee starts game with 96-yard TD

The Volunteers suffered a disappointing loss last week, but their game against Arkansas is off to a great start with Evan Berry's kickoff return.

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Watch: Arkansas vs. Tennessee

Both teams are searching desperately for a win as Arkansas dropped three straight games, while Tennessee is fresh off a pair of brutal 4th-quarter collapses. The Vols have won 13 of the 17 match ups. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

GameDay picks Tennessee-Arkansas (1:50)

Team Stats

Passing Yards192.895th
Rushing Yards225.019th
Points For37.0Tied-49th
Points Against24.671st

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