The long-awaited confrontation between the top 20 Alabama crimson tide as well as Arkansas Razorbacks justified the score last Saturday as it was the most watched game of the weekend by a wide margin. The CBS telecast garnered 5.8 million viewers, more than a million views more than ABC State’s runner-up North Carolina-Clemson, which garnered 4.7 million viewers.
The Tide took a 28–0 lead before Bryce Young left the game with a shoulder injury. After the injury, the Boars scored 23 points and cut their lead over Alabama to 28–23. Without Young, this could have been a very dangerous place for Alabama, but Jalen Milro and Jamir Gibbs took a big step forward to take the Tide out of Fayetteville with a 49-26 win.
Alabama is likely to see massive viewership again this week as they will be in the CBS slot at 2:30 CT for the second weekend in a row. In addition, confrontation with Texas A&M Aggis The whole season has been brewing and people want to see how Coach Saban reacts on the field to some of the things Jimbo Fischer said about him.
Former Alabama QB AJ McCarron trains with the New York Giants.
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