STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Arkansas Rawleigh Williams wiggled through the line of scrimmage and then laid a vicious stiff arm on a Mississippi State defender before running toward the end zone.Near the end of his 42-yard dash for his second touchdown of the night he nearly broke into laughter -- one of the referees had tripped over his own feet and fallen along the sideline.I started laughing in my head, but then I looked up and said, `I need to score. That guys coming, Williams said.Just like the rest of the night, he made it with room to spare.Williams ran for a career-high 205 yards and four touchdowns -- and also threw for a touchdown -- to lead Arkansas over Mississippi State 58-42 on Saturday night.The Arkansas offense did just about anything it wanted against Mississippi State, gaining 661 total yards. The 5-foot-11, 203-pound Williams was easily the Razorbacks biggest star, running for touchdowns of 72, 42, 7 and 33 yards -- all in the first half.The holes were huge, Williams said with a wide grin. It just felt like I was running straight. I didnt have to do too much.Then to top off his big night, Williams took a handoff in the third quarter and stopped short of the line of scrimmage before jumping in the air and tossing a 1-yard touchdown pass to Austin Cantrell.Arkansas coach Bret Bielema enjoyed watching Williams touchdown pass, but it was the aforementioned stiff arm that really caught his attention.He played with a little bit of a chip on his shoulder, Bielema said. Played with a purpose.Arkansas (7-4, 3-4 Southeastern Conference) broke a four-game losing streak to Mississippi State. Austin Allen completed 18 of 25 passes for 303 yards and two touchdowns for the Razorbacks. Even Arkansas backup running back Devwah Whaley got in on the fun, running for 112 yards and a touchdown.Mississippi State (4-7, 2-5) had a big night on offense as well.Nick Fitzgerald ran for 131 yards and four touchdowns and also threw for 328 yards and two touchdowns, but the Bulldogs could never hold the Razorbacks long enough to climb back into the game after falling into a 38-14 hole by halftime.Mississippi State receiver Fred Ross caught 10 passes for a career-high 171 yards and two touchdowns.But all those big numbers didnt matter because the Bulldogs defense couldnt make a stop.We missed tackles, had some bad fits, didnt execute clean, Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said. When you give up that many yards its not one thing. Its several things.THE TAKEAWAYArkansas: The Razorbacks have been one of the most inconsistent teams in the SEC this year, but this was definitely one of their better performances, especially on offense. Arkansas Williams had huge running holes all night long and took advantage.Mississippi State: Its the second straight week the Bulldogs have given up at least 50 points after losing to No. 1 Alabama 51-3 last weekend. The lopsided loss to the top-ranked Tide might be excusable, but this defensive disaster against the Razorbacks is much harder to explain.UP NEXTArkansas: The Razorbacks have a quick turnaround before playing at Missouri on Thanksgiving Day.Mississippi State: The Bulldogs have a road game against rival Mississippi in the Egg Bowl.-----More AP college football: www.collegefootball.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP-Top25 . Cheap Adidas Shoes China . -- Nate Robinson has played for seven teams, so beating one of them is no longer a rare occurrence. Cheap Adidas Shoes Wholesale . Only three players drafted by NHL clubs were included on the Czech selection camp roster on Wednesday. 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As a result the stewards of the Japanese Grand Prix have delegated their authority to the stewards of the U.S. Grand Prix in two weeks time when the hearing will be held.The Stewards convened a hearing of the Protest lodged by Mercedes AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team against the driver of Car 33, Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing, read an FIA statement on Sunday night. The protest was lodged in accordance with Article 13.4.4 of the International Sporting Code.At the commencement of the hearing the Stewards noted that neither driver was in attendance and hence was unable to give or refute any evidence. After hearing initial comments by representatives of Mercedes, the Stewards decide that in order to ensure fairness and afford both drivers the opportunity to be heard, the matter should be deferred and in accordance with Article 11.9.2.s of the International Sporting Code, the Stewards delegate their authority to the Stewards of the 2016 United States Formula One Grand Prix. Both team representatives agreed to this.The move did not appear to be in breach of the FIAs specific rules about how to defend position, but Mercedes claims the 19-year-old drove erratically and in a dangerous manner.ddddddddddddA protest has been lodged by Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team against car 33 driven by Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing relating to an alleged breach of Article 27.5 of Formula One Sporting Regulations, in that he allegedly drove erratically and in a dangerous manner, forcing car 44 to take evasive action at turn 16, the stewards original statement said. The Stewards are conducting a hearing. The results are still provisional.After the race, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff had spoken about the need for clarity over Verstappens driving.Im biased obviously, and you will be surprised by my response. At heart Im a racer and I love hard racing, and hes refreshing, he defends very hard, but the rulebook says something else, the rulebook says you cant move under braking.It hasnt been penalised until now, so I think we just need to know what is permitted or not, again, from my perspective, hard racing is OK.Although the rule cited by Wolff does not exist in the regulations, it will be up to the stewards in Austin to decide whether Vertsappens defence could be seen to be in breach of Article 27.5.The relevant section of Article 27.5 reads as follows: At no time may a car be driven unnecessarily slowly, erratically or in a manner which could be deemed potentially dangerous to other drivers or any other person. This will apply whether any such car is being driven on the track, the pit entry or the pit lane.Verstappens driving has been questioned before by his rivals after he made similar moves while defending position from Kimi Raikkonen at the Hungarian and Belgian Grands Prix. Although neither move was investigated -- let alone penalised -- FIA race director Charlie Whiting had a private chat with Verstappen at the Italian Grand Prix to discuss the incidents. ' ' '