WATCH: Rocket Sanders’ ridiculous 76-yard run sets up Rashod Dubinion’s TD

Rocket Sanders was on pace to have the best season for an Arkansas running back since Darren McFadden even before the Auburn kickoff.

Through the end of the third quarter, Sanders had 171 yards on 16 carries. The showcase run came on Arkansas’ second touchdown drive of the frame when he took the ball from the Razorbacks’ own 6 to Auburn’s 18, a gain of 76 yards.

Five plays later, Arkansas scored on a direct snap to third-string back Rashod Dubinion as the freshman went into end zone from two yards to give Arkansas a 31-13 lead.

Sanders had 1,041 yards with one quarter and four regular-season games left to play. He became the first Arkansas back since Madre Hill to hit the 1,000-yard mark in game No. 7 with his day against Auburn.

This is why Rocket Sanders plays

Rashod Dubinion has quite a future ahead of him

Stop the Kendal Briles hate

Auburn fans are hitting the road after Dubinion's touchdown

C'mon, no one thinks Rocket IS McFadden

Here for the Texas slander

Finally some Kendal Briles appreciation

Story originally appeared on Razorbacks Wire