Rutgers Vs. Arkansas Score: Scarlet Knights Lead Razorbacks, 14-10, At Halftime

A pair of second-quarter passing touchdown from sophomore quarterback Gary Nova has helped the visiting Rutgers Scarlet Knights take a 14-10 lead over the Arkansas Razorbacks in a non-conference showdown that has reached the conclusion of the first half.

Rutgers' go-ahead score was a 19-yard reception by Brandon Coleman, who caught a nice lob pass from Nova in the end zone. Coleman's fourth touchdown of the season capped off a six-play, 60-yard drive that ended with just under two minutes to go in the half.

Running back Jawan Jamison has Rutgers' other touchdown reception, a 10-yarder that came during the first possession of the second quarter.

Arkansas tallied a field goal and touchdown in the first quarter. Wide receiver Cobi Hamilton scored the game's first touchdown as he caught a pass from quarterback Tyler Wilson and ran 57 yards into the end zone. Arkansas kicker Zach Hocker opened the scoring with a 37-yard field goal that polished off the game's opening drive.

Wilson has completed 9 of 17 passes for 158 yards and one touchdown, while Rutgers' Nova has about matched him tossing for 150 yards on 12 of 17.

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

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