Arkansas' Cobbs out against Ole Miss
OXFORD, Miss. -- Arkansas running back Cedric Cobbs did not play Saturday night against Mississippi because of a hamstring injury.
He was dearly missed. The Razorbacks ran for only 82 yards in their 19-7 loss to the Rebels.
Cobbs, the Southeastern Conference's leading rusher, did not make the trip with the team. He was averaging 121 yards per game.
De'Arrius Howard, the Razorbacks' No. 2 tailback, did not play because of an ankle injury but was in uniform.
Third-teamer Kyle Dickerson started at tailback for No. 21 Arkansas, the top rushing team in the SEC entering the game.
Dickerson, a 5-foot-9 sophomore, came into the game with just two carries for 5 yards. He ran just once for a 2-yard loss.
DeCori Birmingham, a receiver moved back to running back this week, led the Razorbacks with 38 yards on 12 carries.
Brandon Holmes, a former running back who had been playing linebacker, ran six times for 26 yards before injuring his knee in the second quarter. He missed the rest of the game.
This story is from ESPN.com's automated news wire. Wire index
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