SEC College Football Scores, Week 12: Arky/MSU Putting Points On The Board, UT/Vandy Not So Much

Arkansas Razorbacks at Mississippi State Bulldogs: MSU quarterback Chris Relf kicked off the scoring with a 23-yard scramble into the end zone early in the first quarter, and then the prolific Arkansas offense took it from there, scoring on a 62-yard Knile Davis run and a 25-yard pass from Ryan Mallett to D.J. Williams. State tied it up early in the second period, though, with a 1-yard Vick Ballard TD run. Give credit to Dan Mullen for going for it (and succeeding) on 4th-and-2 from his own 37 earlier on in the drive.

Arkansas Expats has a game thread going for Hog fans; if you’re of the Mississippi State persuasion, head over to For Whom the Cowbell Tolls.

Tennessee Volunteers at Vanderbilt Commodores: The offensive fireworks have been muted by comparison in Nashville, but Tennessee’s freshman-phenom receiver just caught a 15-yard TD pass to open the scoring with 4:12 left in the first quarter. The pass was QB Tyler Bray’s 11th touchdown pass since taking over the starting job full-time against South Carolina three weeks ago, and he’s only thrown one pick (to the Gamecocks) in that time.

Head over to Rocky Top Talk for more on the Vols, or Anchor of Gold for the Vanderbilt perspective.

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