Rutgers-Arkansas Score Update: Razorbacks Lead Scarlet Knights, 10-0, After 1st Quarter

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.

For more on Rutgers football, there's On The Banks, and continue to check out SB Nation New York.

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