Arkansas needed a strong drive to further separate from Ole Miss down the stretch. Treylon Burks made sure to step up, and reach up, to provide some cushion.

The seven-yard pass from Feleipe Franks happened when Burks made a one-handed grab, and somehow got one foot in bounds for the touchdown, which held up after a replay review. It was also a third down and one play. And it capped an 11-play, 70-yard drive that took 4:30. Burks was involved in four plays on that drive, both running and receiving.

Burks had nine catches for 120 yards and this touchdown to give the Razorbacks a 26-14 lead.

He also contributed four carries for 46 yards with a long run of 18 yards, and a long catch of 55 yards.

It was a big-time drive after Arkansas leaned on its defense for much of the game, and had a 20-0 lead at halftime. And it stemmed the tide of Ole Miss momentum, which scored two straight touchdowns to pull back in the game.

The Razorbacks needed more from Burks after Ole Miss went down and scored on the ensuing drive, thanks to a 47-yard fake punt to setup the score.