He threw one incompletion on his lone second-half drive before spending the rest of the Crimson Tide's blowout 65-31 win on the sidelines.
Over the weekend, the Alabama Crimson Tide handled business when they destroyed Louisiana-Lafayette at home during Week 5 just as they were supposed to, winning the game 56-14 and pushing their record to 5-0.
"You don't really beat the other team when you give up 31 points, Saban said in his postgame press conference". "We had a lot of explosive plays, a lot of big plays". In addition to that, Alabama allowed Rakeen Boyd to top the 100-yard rushing mark and quarterback Trevor Storey finished with 230 yards and two touchdowns as he found a lot of success in the short passing game.
But after the game, all Nick Saban could talk about was how the defensive showing wasn't good enough and there's plenty to work on for them to be where they need to be when they play better opponents. Henry Ruggs III recovered the ball and ran it 12 yards for the team's second score.
Per Sunday's odds at the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas, Alabama leads the list of contenders at -225.
Diggs, a first-year starter as a junior, has played well to this point in the season, compiling 20 tackles and an interception.
Cole Kelley threw a 3-yard touchdown to Cheyenne O'Grady, his second of the game.
The Razorbacks did get two TDs inside the final 10 minutes.
Diggs suffered a broken foot against Arkansas on Saturday.
The Hogs will travel to Little Rock next Saturday to take on Ole Miss, seeking to continue a recent trend of finding ways to pull out wins against the Rebels. "It's a six-game season, and we're going to focus on us; we're going to focus on what we've been focusing on the last three and a half, four weeks and that's just us getting better".