Hogs End Preparations for Road Game Against So
BY ANDRES FOCIL
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Razorback football team concluded preparations for their upcoming game against South Carolina at full speed for an hour and 20 minutes on the practice fields behind Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
“Today was a good Thursday,” Arkansas head coach Houston Nutt said. “They were focusing and concentrating at full speed.”
The injured corps of Arkansas linebackers are improving at every practice and will likely see playing time this Saturday.
“Tony Bua, Clarke Moore and Jeb Huckeba will hopefully be ready by Saturday and be that much closer to full speed,” Nutt said. Jeb is getting better every day.”
Nutt noted how the Hogs have had success on the road this year and how they hope to stop the running game of the Gamecocks on their senior day.
“Coach Holtz is going to want his seniors to win in their last game,” Nutt said. “It will be the last time they play in that stadium. They’re a good football team. We have to stop their quarterback. He can be a like a running back and tail back in one. We’re going to have to stop the run.
“We have to play our type of game and just show up,” Nutt said. “We need to go out there with a physical attitude like we had against Tennessee, Ole Miss and Auburn. We play good on the road and they’re ready. After Tennessee and Auburn they can do it.”
The Razorbacks will take on the South Carolina Gamecocks in Columbia, South Carolina on Saturday, November 9. The game will be televised regionally on Jefferson Pilot Sports at 11:30 a.m., CST.
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