TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – In front of a sold-out Sewell-Thomas Stadium, Alabama delivered a 4-3 win in 10 innings with a walk-off over the No.1 Arkansas Razorbacks to even up the series. With the win, the Crimson Tide move to 23-12 on the season and 5-8 in SEC play.

“The game of baseball is a humbling game, a hard game and those guys deserved that game tonight,” said head coach Rob Vaughn on the win.

This time, Alabama came out of the gate mashing the baseball with two solo home runs in the second and third innings by Will Hodo to right field and Gage Miller off the foul pole in left. Miller is up to 14 homers in the year, and Hodo is now at 9.

Greg Farone had one of the Tide’s best starts of the year. Despite giving up a solo home run to Peyton Stovall in the fifth, Farone went on to pitch 5.0 innings with three punchouts.

Tyler Fay came in for Farone in the sixth and was greeted with a solo home run by Jared Sprague-Lott to the left-center to tie the game. Fay finished the game with 3.0 innings and three punchouts.

“Just attacked with the heater and off-speed and trusted the defense behind me,” Farone said.

TJ McCants – the star of the night – strategically placed a go-ahead double over the first baseman, securing the lead for the Tide in the bottom of the eighth. Despite a solo shot by Peyton Holt that tied the game at three, Alabama remained undeterred. Alabama had opportunities to win in regulation but was robbed by an exceptional play in right field by Kendall Diggs.

Davis II brought the momentum back into the Tide’s dugout after a quick one-two-three frame. Kade Snell started the inning with a double off the wall, and McCants scored Snell on a knuckler to pitcher Jake Faherty, who fumbled the ball and threw it away, allowing the Tide to walk it off. Davis II got credited for the win, pitching 2.0 innings, allowing one run, and punching out three batters.

Alabama’s next game is the series finale against Arkansas. The first pitch is set for 1 p.m. CT on the SEC Network +. The starter is still TBD.