Getting it rolling: Rashod Dubinion’s first touchdown year gives Arkansas two-score lead

The air became a bit lighter – finally – inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium after Rashod Dubinion crossed the goal line.

Arkansas’ sophomore running back capped a 12-play, 91-yard drive with a one-yard touchdown to provide the Razorbacks a 21-6 against Kent State midway through the third quarter.

The drive was longer than almost every other Arkansas drive combined, as the first six drives accounted for 112 yards of total offense. Seventy-five of those came on Arkansas’ only other offensive scoring drive to that point.

Quarterback KJ Jefferson set up the score two plays before when, on 3rd-and-6, he found wide receiver Isaac TeSlaa literally on the ground, for a 12-yard gain to put Arkansas on the Kent State 5.

Jefferson also threw the other Arkansas touchdown, a five-yard completion to Andrew Armstrong in the back of the end zone.

Story originally appeared on Razorbacks Wire