Burks, six interceptions propel Arkansas past Ole Miss

Treylon Burks celebrated his return to the lineup with a leaping touchdown catch in the fourth quarter as Arkansas held on for a 33-21 victory over Ole Miss on a windy afternoon Saturday in Fayetteville, Ark.The Razorbacks (2-2, 2-2 Southeastern Conference) recorded six interceptions off Ole Miss quarterback Matt Carrol, with Hudson Clark accounting for three of them. Jalen Cantalon and Grant Morgan each returned their picks for a touchdown.Burks sat out the previous week with a sore knee as the Razorbacks lost at Auburn. He had a 55-yard catch that helped set up Arkansas’ first touchdown before adding a 7-yard score of his own. Burks finished with 11 catches for 137 yards.Burks’ score came after the Rebels (1-3, 1-3 SEC) had cut a 20-0 deficit to six points on touchdown catches by Elijah Moore (11 receptions for 113 yards) and Jonathan Mingo.The Rebels responded with a 73-yard touchdown drive that featured a 47-yard, fourth-down run on a fake punt by MoMo Sanogo to make it a one-score game again. The Razorbacks clinched their win on Morgan’s 23-yard interception return.

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