A 57-yard touchdown reception by wide receiver Cobi Hamilton from quarterback Tyler Wilson and a 37-yard field goal by Zach Hocker has helped the Arkansas Razorbacks earn a 10-0 lead over the visiting Rutgers Scarlet Knights in a non-conference contest that has reached the conclusion of the first quarter.
Hamilton's 15th career receiving touchdown came with just 18 seconds to go in the quarter and ended a small two-play, 61-yard drive that last just 51 seconds. The score came after the Arkansas defense held Rutgers to a three-and-out possession.
Hocker's field goal capped the Razorbacks game-opening drive that went 55 yards in six plays.
The Scarlet Knights (3-0) had a shot to get on the scoreboard, but kicker Kyle Federico missed a 46-yard field goal on Rutgers' second offensive drive of the game.
Already, Hamilton has 138 receiving yards on just four catches, while Wilson has completed 7 of 11 passes for 151 yards. Arkansas leads Rutgers in total yardage, 176 to 55.