Posted September 09, 2012 on
Underdogs by 30 points, Louisiana-Monroe rallied behind lefty quarterback Kolton Browning for a 34-31 overtime victory. Browning passed for 412 and ran for 69, including the game winner on fourth down.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Kolton Browning made the most of his return to Arkansas.
Browning's 16-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-one lifted Louisiana-Monroe to a 34-31 overtime win over the No. 8 Razorbacks on Saturday night.
Browning accounted for 481 yards of total offense and four touchdowns to lead the Warhawks (1-0) to their first win over a Southeastern Conference team since defeating Alabama...
Arkansas' hopes of a dream season ended before it even had a chance to face a team from the Southeastern Conference.
The eighth-ranked Razorbacks (1-1) were left stunned Saturday night as Louisiana-Monroe, behind 481 yards of total offense and four touchdowns from quarterback Kolton Browning, rallied from a 21-point deficit for a 34-31 win in overtime.
The loss ended Arkansas...
The loss by the Arkansas Razorbacks to the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks was a shocker to almost everyone, but maybe that was because no one listened to ULM head coach Todd Berry. Before Saturday’s game, ESPNU sportscaster Clay Matvick called Louisiana Monroe, “their final tune up before a number one Alabama comes calling next week.” Looks like the Hogs need to put the car back...
Stunning upsets come in a variety of flavors, but Louisiana-Monroe’s 34-31 victory over Arkansas Saturday night was one of the more unique.
Like me, chances are you were watching one of the evening’s higher-profile tilts. The game’s score popped up on the crawl at the bottom of your screen every once in a while, suggesting a comfortable – if not a bit lethargic...