LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Ryan Mallett completed nine of 11
passes in the third quarter, leading to a touchdown and a field
goal, and No. 14 Arkansas put away Louisiana Monroe 31-7 on
Saturday after a sluggish first half.
Arkansas struggled to move the ball and led only 7-0 at the
break, drawing some boos from many of their fans at their home away
from Fayetteville. Razorbacks fans filled the building even though
it was officially a ULM home game.
The Razorbacks defense smothered Louisiana Monroe quarterback
Kolton Browning, holding him to 2 of 9 passing and the team to 73
yards rushing through the third quarter.
In the third quarter, Arkansas forced ULM to punt from its end
zone and took over the ball on the 33. Mallett pushed his way in
for from the 1 for a 14-0 lead and the first of four second-half