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Arkansas hits the practice field

BY ANDRES FOCIL
Arkansas hits the practice field

FAYETTEVILLE – The University of Arkansas football team practiced on Wednesday on the UA practice fields as it continued workouts during the bye week.

Defensive coordinator and secondary coach Paul Haynes spoke to the media after practice and discussed team’s approach for the bye week.

"We’ve been doing a lot of stressing the little things," Coach Haynes said. "One of the reasons we’ve played better over the last few weeks is we’ve been doing the little things right. We’ve tackled better and we haven’t been given up as many big plays. So we’re stressing those things, taking it piece by piece and working on fundamentals and technique."Coach Haynes also commented on the competition between the young players in the secondary.

"They have done a great job," Coach Haynes said. "Competition is awesome. When you have competition, it makes you get better and it makes you compete. Those guys have been practicing hard."

The Razorbacks return to action on Oct. 27 when they face Ole Miss inside War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. Kickoff is set for 11:21 a.m., and the game will be televised on SEC Network.

Single game tickets for the Ole Miss game are still available for $65. The Razorbacks and Rebels are set to square off inside War Memorial Stadium for the 16th time in series history, including the first meeting since 1913, and the first time since 1992. Tickets purchased for Little Rock contests are not available with a print-at-home option.Tickets for the Tulsa game are still on sale for $45. Single-game tickets may be purchased online at ArkansasRazorbacks.com, in person at the Razorback Ticket Center or by phone at 800-982-HOGS. Fans ordering tickets online have the option to print the tickets from home utilizing UA’s new eTicket system.

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