It was the fifth time in 7 SEC games that Alabama was in a 1-score game in the 4th quarter.

In the end, QB Bryce Young rescued the Crimson Tide with 3 touchdowns in the first half, and 2 more sensational touchdowns in the second half as the Tide prevailed 42-35.

Young had one in the second half where he appeared to be a magician. On second and 10, Young dropped back to pass. The pressure got to Young, so he scrambled around and somehow found receiver Chris Leary for the 11-yard touchdown.

Young later added a strong sequence to his Heisman Trophy resume when he launched a 40-yard touchdown pass to Jameson Williams, then added a 2-point conversion that he ran in himself.

Arkansas continued to fight throughout, and one of the highlights for the Razorbacks was a fake field goal. It went for a touchdown as Reid Bauer launched a jump pass to Blake Kern for 32 yards and a touchdown.

It capped a 10-play, 75-yard touchdown drive in which Arkansas hurt itself a couple of times with ill-advised penalties, including a false start on the original fourth down and four, which setup a 4th and 9 play that was setup to be a field goal.

It pulled Arkansas within 34-28 of the Crimson Tide on a drive that the Razorbacks needed to keep hope alive.

Alabama was a hot topic among college football fans, who declared that the Crimson Tide was overrated, while others called it a gutsy win.

Here’s a sampling of the reaction: