A quick review of the spring games at Arkansas and Kentucky:
The Razorbacks' Red team, which was headed by a solid running game, won 61-22 over the White Team in Arkansas' spring game. The star of the day was sophomore running back Korliss Marshall, who rushed for a game-high 99 yards. He also had a 59-yard touchdown run in the second quarter to give the Red team a 20-15 lead. The Red team finished with 252 rushing yards and four touchdowns Saturday. Red team quarterback Brandon Allen separated himself as the Hogs' starter this spring and finished with a game-high 108 passing yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. Austin Allen, Brandon Allen's brother, ended the day with 139 passing yards and two touchdowns while splitting time with both teams. To read more about Arkansas' spring game, check out the Hogs' official website.
Led by the first-team offense and defense, the Blue team dominated the White team 38-14 during the Wildcats' Blue/White spring game. Offense was the name of the game for the Blue team, as it outgained the White team 437-165. It was also a day to see who could take a big step in the race to be Kentucky's starting quarterback. With Jalen Whitlow transferring, the Wildcats had three quarterbacks -- true freshman Drew Barker, redshirt sophomore Patrick Towles and redshirt freshman Reese Phillips -- share reps with both teams. Towles was the most impressive of the three, passing for a game-high 126 yards and an interception. Barker and Phillips each threw for 74 yards and combined for three touchdowns. Receiver Demarco Robinson had a big day, catching eight passes for 115 yards and a 30-yard touchdown. For more on Kentucky's spring game, check out its official website.