Noah Gurley did not have a great shooting outing vs. Arkansas. Fortunately for the Crimson Tide, he saved his best for last.

Gurley finished Saturday’s game against the Razorbacks with 9 points on a 4-for-10 shooting performance, but he made 2 buckets inside the final 2 minutes of the game. His last shot was a tough turnaround in the lane that gave Alabama a 68-67 lead.

That score held up as Alabama snapped a 9-game winning streak by Arkansas. That winning streak included an upset of No. 1 Auburn but the Razorbacks were unable to take down the Crimson Tide.

It turned out to be a very balanced scoring attack for Alabama Saturday with JD Davison leading the team with 11 points. 5 Tide players scored at least 8 points and every player that saw the floor wound up scoring against Arkansas.

Arkansas’ Jaylin Williams led the way for the Razorbacks with a double-double and game-high 22 points. JD Notae – averaging 19.1 points for Arkansas – was held to 12 points.