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>> charles: this is against arkansas, they will have to change up and puppet it. >> referee: false start. offense number 57. five-yard penalty. still fourth down. >> charles: that is alvin bailey, their second team all s.e.c. offensive guard. bobby petrino not happy. probably feels like his guy was drawn off. bailey right here. yep, he saw the movement from across the line and he flinched. >> gus: guidry. i think coach petrino may be directing some of that anger at the officials. the fourth punt of the night for dylan breeding. tramaine thompson back deep. >> charles: raphael guidry affects another kicking situation for arkansas. >> gus: the kick. end over end. bounce back in. in the end zone first. 38-yard punt. net of 18.
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why don't you taste for yourself? >> gus: all right. a look at our game summary. >> charles: raphael guidry's block p.a.t. that turned into two points. look at that, since that time. kansas state 160 of their 176 total yards. >> gus: from the 20-yard line. klein, nine of 19. 92 yards passing. there is guidry. >> charles: affected two kicking plays tonight. forced arkansas to puppet
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instead of a field goal attempt after he drew them offsides. >> gus: rush the ball 16 times for 42 yards and a touc touchdown. john hubert in the backfield. here is hubert. lurking. got it back in. gets to the 22. as robert thomas was there to stop it. >> charles: jake bequette has been wreaking havoc, as you noted in the backfield. he has take then series on. if they do decide to throw the ball, can anyone rush the passer. jake bequette has run tonight. >> gus: second down and 8. klein. on the sideline. picks up a first down and boy are they hitting on the field tonight. charles davis.
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>> charles: when someone makes a catch or runs the ball, they rally to him. watch collin klein in the pocket. i mentioned he is not the most polished passer in the world. but head to the left side. brings it back to the right side. sticks it on the check down to sheldon smith. well done, collin klein. >> gus: first down, kansas state. at the 31. klein. the throw again. klein. and another completion for brodrick smith. you have been saying he might not be the most polished passer but on this night he is an effective passer. >> charles: that is all they care about. we've seen that throughout the season. we have seen sequences of collin klein going 0-5, 0-7, 1-10. when you need it, he puts it on the receivers. bam, bam, bam. and they move down the field. right now, his offensive line
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is giving him a nice protection in the pocket. >> gus: i have to admit they care him to ti -- compare him to tim tebow but it look like he has a little bit better throwing motion than tim tebow. >> charles: they are going to take a time-out here. look at how this ball ends up. that is a well-thrown ball. and a nice catch by brodrick smith. one of our colleagues knows brodrick smith pretty well, because he recruited him when he was head coach at the university of minnesota. >> gus: it look like he got a toe down first. >> charles: before the knee came down. >> charles: tim brewster had brodrick smith -- >> referee: the ruling on the field is confirmed. catch at the sideline. first down. >> charles: so that catch is good. they move on. tim brewster recruited
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brodrick smith, and he told me before the game he could have an impact. he is a terrific player when he is on the field. missed some this year due to disciplinary reasons. >> gus: so first down and ten at the 45. >> gus: collin klein hands it off. sneaking around the right side. he will go back with the angle and the tackle. >> charles: and arkansas did not like what minimal pass rush was going on, on the series. look who came back up the field. jake bequette, the guy they have had trouble blocking all night. coming usually from the blind side of collin klein. zach hanson, tackle, number 70, trying to handle him.
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>> gus: second down and 11. >> gus: here is klein again. he dumps this one. incomplete. it looks like they were trying to set up a screen for hubert. but arkansas standing on the play. pressure by highsmith and jones. that brings up third down and 11. >> charles: bequette also coming from the end. jarius wright with good pressure from the front four of arkansas that threw the timing off on the play. at the arkansas 45. look for zone. the diversion. all night here at the top. usually their go-to receiver. >> gus: klein. with time.
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over the middle. caught by smith! first down. what a catch by smith! he took a shot. and collin klein delivers on third down once again. >> charles: right here. watch him work inside. it's zone coverage. as he goes in. bennett makes a nice break on the ball with a big hit. but sheldon smith, he has a new nickname. "pinball." just bounces right off and keeps moving downfield. almost ran backwards and almost had a first down catch. >> gus: first down and ten at the 45. for klein. back to throw it. klein. think about running it. and klein taken down from behind. good coverage, though, in the arkansas secondary. >> charles: coverage has been good for most of the night.
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really by both teams to allow the rush to get to the quarterback. arkansas found a few more openings downfield against kansas state's defense, but overall, all night, i have been impressepressed with both s of secondary. >> gus: klein relying on his arm. he hasn't taken off or run the football, as we expected him to, this evening. but he may be due. second and 13 at the 48. rolls out of the pocket. and klein decides to run it. he will get to the 42-yard line. jerico nelson defensively. that brings up another big third down for kansas state. >> charles: the last play had numerous options on it. collin klein running to the corners you described. also had a receiver coming underneath. could have given him a shovel pass. if it was open. wasn't there. klein kept it and got to the corner. >> gus: sheldon smith out wide to the top of your
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screen. isaac madison guarding him. hubert out of the backfield as well. at the very bottom of your screen. empty backfield for collin klein on third and seven. klein looking. over the middle. smith again. at the 29. sheldon smith. on third and seven. gets 14. and smith has been terrific on this series. >> charles: top of your screen. 87 in white. 6 in red. this is what they call man free coverage. cover one. everyone in man-to-man with a safety over the top with no responsibility. except to cover him by zone. sheldon smith wins that one at the line of scrimmage. that is what the coaches call winning on the perimeter. good job by sheldon smith on his route. >> gus: first down and the 28. now klein handing it off. [ whistle ] hubert. jerico nelson stops him.
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how about sheldon smith? three big catches on this drive. he had a nine yard catch on second and eight. he had an 11-yard catch on third down and 11 for first down. and then a 14-yard catch on third down and seven. >> charles: remember that catch he had against texas. getting their first touchdown of the game. >> gus: second down and eight. klein, smith, thinking with the same brain now. klein. wants to run it. nothing. great job by the arkansas interior defense. alonzo highsmith. >> another third down. if kansas state is going to throw the football from the pocket, there is one guy they have to make sure they block. that is jake bequette, number 91, the defensive end. see him over here working against zach hanson. >> gus: sheldon smith, at
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the bottom of your screen. number 87. the stand up tight end. at the bottom as well. third down and 8. klein. under pressure. klein lets it go. incomplete. this may be a fourth down situation. for kansas state. >> charles: they decided to bring a little extra pressure, because watch in here. all right, right here. it's going to be highsmith. also coming in, collin klein. hubert moves inside to block franklin, leafing highsmith for a free run -- leaving highsmith for a free run at the quarterback klein with bequette also back there. >> gus: they need the three points so they bring on cantele. a 42-yard attempt. down and up. oh! no good. 6:36 to play in the fourth
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♪ >> gus: the at&t cotton bowl classic on fox is sponsored b by -- >> gus: the great views from just above the field comes from our at&t aerial cam. 26-16, arkansas with the lead and the football. with 6:36 remaining in the fourth quarter. of the at&t cotton bowl. >> charles: i don't expect arkansas to just turn into a running team here. where it is going to pound it into the line. they will want to bleed the clock by using first downs. >> gus: wilson to pass. over the middle. caught by hamilton. hamilton spins. and gets to the 35.
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and matthew pearson stops him. but it's a gain of eight. let's go down to the sideline and check in with our daryl johnston. >> daryl: thanks, guys. you guys have been talking about the matchup that tyler wilson keeps finding with matthew pearson. he will have it for the rest of the game. tysyn hartman is out. they have taken his helmet from him. he won't return for the rest of the game. >> gus: thank you very much. and wilson! the big fella! [ applause ] 36-yard gain. pearson with the tackle. >> charles: how about the blocking here. kiero small, going to lead to the hole. look at the block on the line of scrimmage. everyone is matched up. look at that. everyone has a man. then the step-over on the tackle by garrett. broderick green with a huge explosive run. >> gus: all the way down to the kansas state 30. there is an injured player.
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and it's kansas state player at the 35. and it's lamur. the starting linebacker senio senior. >> how about the return of broderick green this year? they didn't expect him back all season long. tore his acl in spring practice. they didn't expect to see him at all. incredible, diligent rehab to make it back. his first game back, two touchdowns against texas a&m running the football. talk about the will to return to play. broderick green showed that this year. >> gus: green in this game, three carries, 43 yards. he has been terrific. as emmanuel lamur. being tended to. coach snyder on the field once again. lamur being helped up.
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physical, physical, physical game tonight. >> charles: former safety. said they had to convince to move to linebacker. he was resistant at first. wanted to be the tall ball hawk in the middle of the field. they dropped him down to the linebacker spot and he became a big-time play-maker for them. part of the "t" trio that all has nicknames and has been productive. tray walker, deacon, son of the preacher man. arthur brown, the judge, because of how he looks at you. he gives you a look and they call him the judge. they call emmanuel lamur "too tall" for his lanky, 6'4", 225 frame. >> gus: too tall displayed in this city once upon a time. >> charles: it was quite productive in doing so. ed "too tall" jones the former defensive wednesday the dallas s cowboys. >> gus: first down for arkansas. kansas state 30.
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5:46 and counting. for the razorbacks. 46-16 lead. green gree remains in the game. they give it to him. green. all the way down to the 11. downhill running for the razorbacks. gain of 19. >> charles: i love play-callers without ego. meaning, they play. bobby petrino saw that play work to the other side. so instead of having to show everyone how fancy he is as a play-caller. flip it. opposite side. same call. likes what the offensive line is giving him now. >> gus: green, this time goes right. and green will get inside the 10. clock keeps running. as jordan voelker makes a stop. >> charles: broderick green
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has given up the nice running ability right now but he is being helped by the lead guy. number 36. kiero small, his fullback. kiero didn't go to college right out of high school. thought he wanted to work for a living. so his dad put him to work at his t-shirt shop. guess what? "i want to go to college, dad." >> gus: that will learn you. second down and 7 at th 7 at th. >> gus: the pitch. and broderick green. stays inbounds. does not get back to the line of scrimmage. arthur brown with the tackle. this time, razorbacks getting up slowly. >> charles: key on the play as you noted, was right up here. the clock still runs. watch the play. coming at you. number 72. grant cook with the lead block. at the end, when the tack is
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made. here comes the pile and they roll on to his ankle as he is trying to get up. >> gus: third down and eight at the ten. green remains in the game. >> referee: charged time-out, arkansas. >> gus: arkansas will call a time-out. 3:46 to play. third and eight coming up. well, when you own a durango, you'll have tons of power, enough to tow up to 7,400 pounds. so owning a durango means you now have the responsibility to go dirt biking, a.t.v.-ing, motorcycling, boating, jet skiing and show a ford explorer a thing or two about what it means to have best-in-class towing. the s.u.v. is back. hey. everyone, meet my boyfriend! that's the guy i was telling you about.
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♪ ♪ >> gus: it's been an exciting and very competitive
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football game. this is what they're playing for, folks. the at&t cotton bowl trophy. and in 3:46, from arkansas possibly winning this game. they hand it off. robert green in the backfield by arthur brown who came out of nowhere. clock keeps running. 3:37. and now, a time-out on the field. don't forget coming up after the game, stay tuned to the at&t post game show. we'll wrap up with the presentation of the trophy, along with interviews, highlights and analysis. >> charles: gus, when this drive started i opined that arkansas would not put the ball in dry dock. all right? they would go ahead and use their passing game. go down the field.
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on first down, they did. they threw the ball for seven or eight yards. after that, four straight broderick green runs, big tough runs. gobbleed up guardage. bobby petrino may have had it in his head to throw it. when you are running it that successfully, he changed gears. on the fifth run there, not much yardage. but sets up for a nice position for a field goal attempt. >> gus: kansas state using the second time-out. one remaining. that brings on the field goal unit. hocker. they move him one 30 yards away. >> gus: it's good. third field goal of the night. for zach hocker. the razorbacks with 3:30
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♪ the at&t cotton bowl classic sponsored by th -- [ applause ] >> gus: 29-16, arkansas. 3:30 remaining in the fourth. mr. jerry jones and coach royal. >> charles: how about that? pupil and coach. played for him on the 1964 arkansas national championship team. >> gus: arkansas will send it away. kansas state with tramaine
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thompson and chris harper back. they will bring it out of the end zone. thompson. play down. and that ambrose making the tackle. don't forget coming up is the at&t post-game show. kevin, marcus and daryl. the post-game wrap-up and also the trophy presentation. collin klein back in. power run game pretty much eliminated now because of time for kansas state. make way for the arm. klein looking. and the ball caught on the far
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side. at the 21. and getting up a little shaky, terrell miller. >> referee: the pass, the defense, number 42. 15 yards from the end of the run. automatic first down. >> charles: these are the plays you just cannot have at this stage of the game if you're arkansas. everything is going your way. get an incomplete pass. well after the play. the hit by chris smith. not necessary. cost the team 15. gets the clock stopped for kansas state. and gives them better field position. bad play by chris smith. >> gus: they move it up. the pass completed to the 37. with 3:00 to go. klein, underneath. and this is chris harper. harper blows through the first
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down. >> charles: that is a guy that has been waiting to hear his name called for a long time this evening. >> gus: the hurry-up offense used by the calts, first down at the 47. klein in trouble. he will run it out of bounds. stop the clock at 2:37. >> gus: what a season it's been for collin klein. named big 12 top all-purpose player. second down and ten at the 47. klein responsible for 69% of k-state's yards this season. running. he is dragged out from behind
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by alonzo highsmith. highsmith has had a great game as well. >> charles: that is when you know you are starting to add a few to the odometer. played against his father in the sugar bowl, january of 1986. oh, boy. >> gus: third down and 7. at midfield. klein. orve the middle. incompletion. torell miller again. that will bring up fourth down. with 1:46 to go. it looks like kansas state will go for it. >> charles: i don't think they have a lot of choice on this one. i can't wait to see what arkansas decides to do defensively? do they rush three or rush four, and drop everyone else? they have been bringing five on certain downs here, even on this possession. they're not just totally laying back. three-man front. see what they decide to do. >> gus: fourth down and 7.
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they bring pressure. klein, beautiful catch. miller trying to get out of bounds, but they keep him inbounds. torell miller stopped by greg gatson. but he gained 13 yards on fourth and seven. >> charles: the clock stops because of the first down. now they have to hust to the line of scrimmage and be ready when it's -- hust to the line of scrimmage and be ready when they mark the play. it's already started the clock. >> gus: klein. from behind! chris smith. the fifth sack of the night for arkansas. >> charles: remember, how he started the sequence with a roughing the passer call. we to the sideline for a little counseling. reinserted and tried to make up for it with the sack. >> gus: second down and 15 at the 42. klein agai.


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