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Arkansas’ KJ Jefferson won the quarterback battle, outdueling South Carolina’s Spencer Rattler, but it was a dominating offensive line that lifted the Razorbacks to a 44-30 victory over the Gamecocks on Saturday afternoon at Razorback Stadium in the SEC opener for both teams.The No. 16 Razorbacks (2-0, 1-0) won the line of scrimmage and also got outstanding defensive play led by linebackers Drew Sanders, the Alabama transfer, and veteran Bumper Pool, to turn back the upset-minded Gamecocks (1-1, 0-1).Rattler rallied...
Arkansas’ KJ Jefferson won the quarterback battle, outdueling South Carolina’s Spencer Rattler, but it was a dominating offensive line that lifted the Razorbacks to a 44-30 victory over the Gamecocks on Saturday afternoon at Razorback Stadium in the SEC opener for both teams.
The No. 16 Razorbacks (2-0, 1-0) won the line of scrimmage and also got outstanding defensive play led by linebackers Drew Sanders, the Alabama transfer, and veteran Bumper Pool, to turn back the upset-minded Gamecocks (1-1, 0-1).
Rattler rallied South Carolina from an early 21-3 deficit. His 62-yard touchdown pass to Antwane Wells, Jr. got the Gamecocks to within 21-16 midway through the 3rd quarter.
But Jefferson answered with a 2-yard touchdown run on the 1st play of the 4th quarter, completing another long and methodical drive. This one covered 59 yards in 14 plays. Moments later, a costly turnover put the ball back in Jefferson’s hands and the Razorbacks’ leader came through once again, firing a 23-yard touchdown pass to Warren Thompson to extend the lead to 35-16.
Rattler was picked off in the end zone by Dwight McGlothern and the Razorbacks bled the clock on the strength of its offensive line. It was the LSU transfer’s 2nd interception in 2 games for Arkansas.
The Razorbacks established their dominance early at the line of scrimmage, scoring touchdowns on their first 3 possessions with demoralizing drives of 13, 12 and 12 plays covering 63, 75, and 61 yards respectively, to take a commanding 21-3 lead.
Rocket Sanders completed the first 2 marches with touchdown runs of 1 and 11 yards. He led the Hogs with 156 yards rushing.
In 11 plays of Arkansas’ opening possession, Jefferson or Sanders ran behind a forceful offensive line, covering 43 yards. The Razorbacks were a little more balanced on the 2nd drive with Jefferson completing all 6 pass attempts, for 49 yards, setting up Sanders’ 2nd scoring run.
The Gamecocks were able to answer in between the first 2 Arkansas scores with a field goal, catching the pursuing Razorbacks defense with a couple of big-play screen passes. A 43-yarder from Rattler to MarShawn Lloyd put South Carolina in range for a 28-yard field goal from Mitch Jeter.
Loyd got South Carolina in the end zone late in the 2nd quarter, capping an 11-play, 70-yard drive on a 7-yard run, but the PAT kick attempt failed and Arkansas took a 21-9 lead into halftime.
Arkansas’ victory stopped a 3-game losing streak to South Carolina and the Razorbacks improved to 6-2 all-time against the Gamecocks in games played in Fayetteville.
247Sports Embed ResourceDot LoaderArkansas football had two standouts in Saturday's 44-30 win over South Carolina as linebacker Drew Sanders and quarterback KJ Jefferson guided the Razorbacks. Of course, other plays stepped up as well in the SEC victory, but Jefferson put himself back on the national stage and Sanders, an Alabama transfer, showed out by tackling every single Gamecock in sight while on the field. Sanders set the tone early with ferocious hits, tremendous speed and consistently chasing after South Carolina quarte...
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Arkansas football had two standouts in Saturday's 44-30 win over South Carolina as linebacker Drew Sanders and quarterback KJ Jefferson guided the Razorbacks. Of course, other plays stepped up as well in the SEC victory, but Jefferson put himself back on the national stage and Sanders, an Alabama transfer, showed out by tackling every single Gamecock in sight while on the field. Sanders set the tone early with ferocious hits, tremendous speed and consistently chasing after South Carolina quarterback Spencer Rattler.
Arkansas never trailed in this contest and it looked like the game would be on cruise control. However, South Carolina cut the lead to 21-16 on a 62-yard touchdown pass from Rattler. But from there, Jefferson and the offense kept it rolling while the Razorback defense clamped down before the Gamecocks scored a few garbage time touchdowns.
Arkansas led 35-16 before the Gamecocks closed the gap, just a bit. But overall, it was the story of Sanders and Jefferson breaking out, again.
Here’s how the world reacted to Sanders’ breakout game and Jefferson steering the ship on offense.
Well the Alabama linebacker transfer has “that dog in ‘em” — or shall we say “hog” in him. Sanders was all over the field in the first half, causing loads of problems for South Carolina’s offense in the run and passing game.
Drew Sanders announcement game.— Cooper Petagna (@cpetagna247) September 10, 2022
The former five-star prospect left Alabama and a lot of people thought either he would have a mediocre career or breakout into a superstar elsewhere. It looks like the latter right now after his performance against South Carolina. If a Gamecock was getting tackled, Sanders was probably there.
Do not do anything against Drew Sanders! #wps— Trey Biddy (@TreyBiddy) September 10, 2022
If you want to throw or run in his direction, don’t. Sanders will be there to lay the wood, break up a pass or even cause a turnover. He’s been the early season defensive MVP for Arkansas and if this game is any indication, he could be a difference maker from good to great, when it comes to team success.
— Carl Reed (@CoachReedLive) September 10, 2022
If you think you can get into the clear on offense, Sanders is probably within reach for a solid tackle. There’s no escaping the outside linebacker. With the speed he displayed in the first half, it was a wonder how South Carolina even had any semblance of offensive rhythm.
Drew Sanders Line: 10 tackles, 2 sacks, 3 tackles for loss, 1 pass breakup, 1 QB hurry, 2 forced fumbles. #wps— Trey Biddy (@TreyBiddy) September 10, 2022
That stat line is absurd. Talk about having the game of your life early on in this season. Can you imagine how Sanders is going to develop throughout the 2022 campaign? It remains to be seen but it looks like the Razorbacks have a bonafide superstar.
The Arkansas linebackers are having a DAY against South Carolina. This time it’s Bumper Pool who finds his way into the backfield to take down Spencer Rattler ??#CollegeFootball | #WPS pic.twitter.com/c11Aljfrmk— Pro Football Network (@PFN365) September 10, 2022
Rattler really had no options all day. Pressure was constantly in his face and the linebacker consistently chased him sideline to sideline. It’s amazing he was able to heave a handful of throws down the field at all.
The country needs to discuss KJ Jefferson.— trevor trout (@totaltroutmove) September 10, 2022
Jefferson was nearly perfect in the first half throwing the football. The leader of the Razorback offense had perfect ball placement and based on the game plan, it was a great balance of passing and running as Arkansas could practically do what it wanted on offense.
tackling KJ Jefferson is like tackling a refrigerator— Matt Hinton (@MattRHinton) September 10, 2022
He is huge. We’re not kidding. Not only can Jefferson throw the football and elude defenders in the run game, but he’s a load to bring down. He’s listed at 242 pounds so safe to say, linebackers, defensive backs and even defensive linemen have trouble bringing him down to the turf.
KJ Jefferson and Raheim Sanders are absolutely awesome football players for @RazorbackFB Beyond impressed with both of them today????— Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) September 10, 2022
Raheim “Rocket” Sanders was a bulldozer for that Gamecocks defense. Whether he was running the football or catching it out of the backfield, Sanders was extremely tough to bring down. That is one big backfield for Arkansas and Sam Pittman. Good luck SEC.
This honestly set the tone of the game. Coach Pittman and beer. That just means football season is here in full swing.
“We’re headed in the right direction and I think it’s because we’re tough, we play hard and we love each other,” Pittman said. “But to answer your first question, heck yeah I had me a cold beer, it’s an American tradition.”
247Sports Embed ResourceDot LoaderSouth Carolina and Shane Beamersuffered a tough loss Saturday at Arkansas, where the Gamecocks fell 44-30. The score might not be totally indicative of Arkansas going on cruise control for most of the game, but the second-year South Carolina head coach credited Razorbacks quarterback KJ Jefferson. Jef...
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South Carolina and Shane Beamersuffered a tough loss Saturday at Arkansas, where the Gamecocks fell 44-30. The score might not be totally indicative of Arkansas going on cruise control for most of the game, but the second-year South Carolina head coach credited Razorbacks quarterback KJ Jefferson. Jefferson, along with backfield mate Raheim “Rocket” Sanders, chewed up the Gamecocks defense on the ground in addition to Jefferson finding success through the air.
“He is a weapon,” Beamer said of Jefferson, via The Big Spur. “He can run the football and took a lot of hits today and just kept bouncing up. I thought our guys came up and attacked him too. That was a physical football game. There is a lot of talk about Arkansas being a physical football team and they are. But, I think we are pretty physical too. That was two physical teams going at it. I saw Nick Emmanwori come up one time and strike the quarterback 1 on 1 and get him on the ground.
“Give him credit, he was able to escape some pressure sometimes when we had him hemmed up in the backfield and could have had some sacks and weren’t able to. They ran that play on us late, similar to what Tennessee did against us last year, where the quarterback rolled right and came back up and threw it. He made plays when he needed to. He took a lot of shots today but kept bouncing back up.”
Jefferson finished the game 18-of-21 passing for 162 yards and one touchdown. He rounded out his production by running for 67 yards and one touchdown. Sanders added 24 carries for 156 yards and two touchdowns.
“First of all, give credit to Arkansas," Beamer said. "Have a heck of a team and they showed that today. Proud of our football team. The way that we fought and battled throughout the game. Obviously, we can’t turn the ball over, especially in the fourth quarter. I know we had the interception, the fumble, the safety, at least two turnovers in the fourth quarter and you can’t win football games on the road in the SEC, that is for sure. I just told the team in there, I think we have a chance to be a really, really good football team if we can continue to get better. Today wasn’t good enough on the road. Proud of the way our guys fault.”
Spencer Rattler had his moments, but he and the offense were not consistent enough in the loss. He finished the game 24-of-39 passing for 376 yards and a touchdown and an interception.
"We talked all week, we are going to face adversity at some point and that is when we get stronger as a football team and I thought we showed that in a lot of ways today because we certainly faced a ton of adversity out there with things that happened throughout the game, injuries, particularly defensively,” Beamer said. “Overall, not good enough today but excited as we continue to go through the season and again, proud of the group of men that we have in that locker room."
FAYETTEVILLE – Over in South Carolina they're having a tough time trying to figure out what to do about Arkansas quarterback KJ Jefferson.Apparently, no one can KJ Jefferson quite the way KJ Jefferson can KJ Jefferson and that's a problem for Gamecocks coach Shane Beamer when it comes to preparation.Over in the Carolinas, Jefferson has become the Bill Brasky of the modern era. For those of you who aren't familiar with Bill Brasky, he's the subject of an old series of Saturday Night Live skits featuring Will Ferrell and a ...
FAYETTEVILLE – Over in South Carolina they're having a tough time trying to figure out what to do about Arkansas quarterback KJ Jefferson.
Apparently, no one can KJ Jefferson quite the way KJ Jefferson can KJ Jefferson and that's a problem for Gamecocks coach Shane Beamer when it comes to preparation.
Over in the Carolinas, Jefferson has become the Bill Brasky of the modern era. For those of you who aren't familiar with Bill Brasky, he's the subject of an old series of Saturday Night Live skits featuring Will Ferrell and a group of various drinking buddies that sometimes included John Goodman.
A few drinks in, talk would turn to Brasky and all of his accomplishments, and every couple of drinks he would get bigger and more impressive in the things he had done in life. The smallest Brasky mention I can recall was 6-4, 280 pounds.
Two drinks later and he was up to 6-8, 340, and at one point may have even topped out around 10-feet tall. Unfortunately, parts of the skit are not family friendly and one or two haven't aged well since the 1990s or I'd include a video or two in the story.
That being said, it's pretty easy to imagine three or four Gamecocks fans sipping their way through a similar scenario at a local Columbia tap house.
MARK: "Hey, you boys ever heard of a quarterback by the name of KJ Jefferson?"
DARIUS: "Sure have, and he's one tough son of a gun!"
DEAN: "I hear he's 6-3, 245."
JIM: "I know KJ Jefferson! He delivered my baby. Ran right out in front of that hospital and tossed him in a perfect spiral. Little Stevie landed in my arms three years later when I went out to check my mail one day. Never had to change a single diaper! To KJ Jefferson!"
ALL: "To KJ Jefferson!"
DARIUS: "I know KJ Jefferson. I heard he once threw a ball so hard it went through Alabama linebacker Drew Sanders's chest and Treylon Burks caught it for a touchdown with his heart stuck to the ball still beating."
MARK: [Checks Bama website on phone] Poor fellow's not on the Alabama roster anymore. Must be true."
DARIUS: "To Drew Sanders. May he rest in peace."
ALL: "To Drew Sanders."
MARK: "I know KJ Jefferson! He's like 7-6, 435 pounds. I once saw him dragging the entire Ole Miss defense on a run up the middle. Ol' Lane Kiffin got frustrated and cleared his bench sending guys to take down Jefferson. Then a bus load of Tennessee fans were passing through Oxford on the way back from a game in Baton Rouge and they saw what was happening. This lady named Frida ordered everybody off the bus and they ran into Vaught Hemmingway with an entire Costco worth of mustard. They used catapults made of 1950s hair curlers and pelted Jefferson with all they had but he still didn't go down. To KJ Jefferson!"
ALL: "To KJ Jefferson!"
DARIUS: "One tough son of a gun."
Of course, Jefferson isn't a tall tale told among old pals at the local watering hole. He may feel like he increases in size as the game goes along and Jefferson just keeps getting better, but he's human just like the rest of us.
Except Nick Saban. Pretty certain he's not human.
There's no doubt Jefferson's difficult to imitate in practice. There's never been a quarterback like him in Arkansas history and there may never be another.
Unfortunately for Arkansas, Jefferson bleeds and hurts just like everyone else. If he ever goes down in a game, the Hogs will find him as hard to replace as Beamer does to duplicate.
However, until then, I know KJ Jefferson. He's 6-9, 367 pounds and runs a 3.9 forty.
To KJ Jefferson.
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SEC play is underway for the Gamecocks, and they’ll start by facing a unique and talented dual-threat quarterback for No. 16 Arkansas.South Carolina will face KJ Jefferson, a 6-foot-3, 242-pound signal caller who led the team in rushing as the team finished 9-4 last season. Jefferson on Saturday threw for 223 yards and three touchdowns...
SEC play is underway for the Gamecocks, and they’ll start by facing a unique and talented dual-threat quarterback for No. 16 Arkansas.
South Carolina will face KJ Jefferson, a 6-foot-3, 242-pound signal caller who led the team in rushing as the team finished 9-4 last season. Jefferson on Saturday threw for 223 yards and three touchdowns, adding 62 rushing yards and a touchdown on the ground in the team’s opening win over Cincinnati.
In preparation, the team will have to account for both Jefferson’s speed and his frame.
“People just bounce off of him back there,” head coach Shane Beamer said.
His game, Beamer and Gamecock defenders said, isn’t easy for the scout team to copy in practice.
Linebacker Brad Johnson said that the team is using “big cylinder dummies” during drills as one method of game planning and to work on tackling.
“It’s kind of hard to mimic that because I don’t think we have a QB on our roster that’s even close to that size right now,” Johnson said.
Added Beamer: “We’d have to take one of our defensive ends and make him a quarterback.”
If USC did just that, they might look to 6-foot-4, 250-pound edge rusher Terrell Dawkins, or Jordan Strachan at 6-5, 245 pounds. Or, from the offense, 6-foot-3 Nate Adkins is the heaviest tight end at 252 pounds. Do-it-all tight end Jaheim Bell is also 6-3 but 10 pounds lighter than Jefferson.
Of the quarterbacks, Braden Davis is the tallest at 6-foot-5 but is listed at 205 pounds, and the 6-foot-4 Jalen Daniels is the heaviest QB at 215 pounds.
Arkansas’ starting running back Raheim Sanders also bolsters the attack. He picked up 117 yards against the Bearcats on Saturday. With Sanders and Jefferson, the team likes to design run-pass options for the two.
“You got KJ who can run, he can pass, too, so he’s good on both sides,” linebacker Mo Kaba said. “And you got a running back that’s good, has good balance, good power, good speed.”
What makes the Razorbacks running attack so effective, to Beamer, are the formations the team can employ, which he attributed to good coaching.
Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman, who coached with Beamer as assistants at Georgia, has spent years as an offensive line coach.
The perimeter blocking of the wide receivers, combined with the way the offensive line blocks, creates the gaps for Arkansas’ running backs to utilize. This helped give the Razorbacks control in its home opener.
“You can’t see any of the Cincinnati defensive linemen on tape because they’re covered up by double teams,” Beamer said.
Arkansas also likes to play fast, Beamer said, which can aid South Carolina in practice this week.
The USC defense plays against a high-speed offense in practice, and that tempo was on display at times against Georgia State. South Carolina’s quarterback, Spencer Rattler, also has some mobility to him.
Though he’s not as big as Jefferson, Rattler can extend plays with his legs. He’s not a perfect comp for Jefferson, but his ability to help in the run game aids the Gamecock defense in preparing for Arkansas.
“We face that every day in practice,” Kaba said. “So we’re just going to game plan against it and we’re gonna get ready for them.”
Arkansas brings a heightened complexity in their run scheme compared with GSU due to the size of its linemen and the formations they use, whether it’s giving Jefferson an empty backfield or motioning players around before snapping the ball.
“You’ve got to be disciplined with your eyes against these guys,” Beamer said.
The Razorbacks led the SEC in rushing yards last season with 227.8 yards per game. South Carolina struggled defending ball carriers in 2021, as they had the fourth-lowest rush yardage defense in the league.
South Carolina kept Georgia State running backs at bay for the majority of Saturday, though they ultimately allowed 200 yards on the ground.
USC also didn’t record a sack on Georgia State’s Darren Grainger on Saturday but did record six quarterback hurries. Bringing pressure on its first SEC opponent is something the team will need to help get another win under its belt.
This story was originally published September 6, 2022 4:47 PM.