KJ Jefferson got 104 of his 110 surging yards in the last part and tossed for 90 additional to lead No. 21 Arkansas past Penn State 24-10 in the Outback Bowl on Saturday.
Raheim Sanders had 79 yards and two scores in 13 conveys and Dominique Johnson added 85 yards in 11 conveys as the Razorbacks got done with 361 hurrying yards.
Arkansas (9-4), falling off four sequential periods of four or less successes, got its initial nine-win season since going 11-2 out of 2011. The Razorbacks likewise played in their first bowl game since the 2016 Belk Bowl.
Penn State (7-6) quarterback Sean Clifford finished 14 of 32 passes for 195 yards. He acquired 47 yards on the ground in 11 endeavors.
Jefferson ran multiple times while finishing 14 of 19 passes. The 6-foot-3, 245-pound sophomore was sacked multiple times and restricted to 6 yards surging on 11 conveys during the main half.
Jefferson and Sanders had TD runs, and Cam Little made a 36-yard field objective in the second from last quarter to put Arkansas up 24-10.
Arkansas took the initial opening shot in the last part and assembled a seven-play, 75-yard drive that closed with Jefferson’s eight-yard TD run.
Jefferson was harmed and left for a considerable length of time later a 34-yard run later in the third time frame, and was supplanted by Malik Hornsby. He had a 32-yard rush to set up Sanders’ one-yard score with 2:00 left in the quarter.
Hornsby had 67 yards on four conveys.
Penn State drove 10-7 at the half gratitude to a 43-yard field objective by Jake Pinegar. The Nittany Lions tied it at 7 right off the bat in the second quarter when Clifford exploited completely exposed inclusion and hit a KeAndre Lambert-Smith for a 42-yard score.
Chris Rodriguez ran for a six-yard score with 1:48 to left in the final quarter, and negative. 22 Kentucky energized in the final quarter to overcome No. 15 Iowa 20-17 in Orlando, Fla.
Kentucky had to mobilize subsequent to blowing a noteworthy lead in the last part. Wan’Dale Robinson set up the triumphant score when he got a 52-yard pass from Will Levis to get the Wildcats to the one-yard line. Robinson, the game’s MVP, wrapped up with 10 gets for 170 yards, while Levis finished 17 of 28 passes for 233 yards and a score.
DeAndre Square caught a pass by Iowa’s Spencer Petras with 48 seconds left to secure the triumph. Kentucky (10-3) won a fourth back to back bowl game without precedent for school history, and turned into the fourth Wildcats group to succeed no less than 10 games.
Iowa (OK) saw its bowl win streak end at three games. The Hawkeyes raged back from a 13-3 halftime deficiency and drove 17-13 later Petras’ 36-yard score pass to Sam LaPorta with 10:54 left in the final quarter.
Iowa ruled Kentucky in the final part before the last drive, when the Wildcats drove 80 yards in eight plays. Rodriguez scrambled for 107 yards and the go on score, and he got a short score pass from Levis in the principal half.
Iowa cornerback Jemari Harris seemed to have covered the success for the Hawkeyes when he took out Levis with 3:59 to play. It was Iowa’s school-record 25th interference of the period. The Hawkeyes likewise enlisted seven sacks.
Be that as it may, the Hawkeyes chose for dropkick on fourth and one from their own 45 with 3:38 leftover, and the dropkick cruised into the end zone for a touchback, setting up Kentucky’s down winning drive.