--QB AJ McCarron rolled up 359 passing yards at Kentucky, making him part of a first-time milestone. The Tide combined that feat with two 100-yard rushers, which has never happened in program history. T.J. Yeldon added 124 ground yards and backup Kenyan Drake tallied 106.
--LB C.J. Mosley continued his team-leading tackling season at Kentucky with seven, giving him 48 at the regular season's halfway point. Mosley, who also has 3 1/2 tackles for loss, two quarterback hurries and a pass breakup, is a prime reason that Alabama has allowed just 16 points over the last four games.
--WR Kevin Norwood was honored as one of the offensive players of the week for his work at Kentucky, where he caught four passes for 81 yards and a TD, a 20-yard strike early in the fourth quarter. Norwood also hauled in a 42-yard catch, a season long for the senior, and is averaging 14.1 yards on 16 receptions this year.
--RB Alex Collins has slowed somewhat after rushing for 100 yards in four of his first five games. But he still represents a threat to break a big play on any carry and is averaging 102.9 yards per game.
--WR Keon Hatcher is a threat not only for a big play as a receiver but is an effective runner as well. He has 11 receptions since missing the first two games with injury for 125 yards and also has run for 106 yards on just six carries.
--DE Chris Smith teams with junior DE Trey Flowers to give the Razorbacks the ability to pressure the passer from either side. Smith has six sacks, Flowers four.
--CB Tevin Mitchel is coming into his own in the secondary for the Hogs. He is credited with defending six passes (one interception, five breakups), which ranks 11th in the SEC, and is fifth on the team in tackles with 19.