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Offensive Line, Secondary Make Marks in Practi

BY ANDRES FOCIL
Offensive Line, Secondary Make Marks in Practi
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Houston Nutt led his troops to the fields as the Razorbacks completed their eighth practice of the spring with a one hour and forty-five minute workout on Thursday. Mother nature was kind to the Hogs once again providing great weather for the Hogs.

Houston Nutt was very pleased with the events of the day and noted such players as Ryan Sorahan, Lerinezo Robinson and the offensive line on their continued improvement.

“We had a good day today,” Nutt said. “We came back and really corrected our mistakes from the scrimmage yesterday and put in a couple of other things secondary-wise, cover two, and we put in a couple more blitzes. We’re just trying to keep coming with fundamentals and corrections. Some good things, Ryan Sorahan continues to get better. I thought our offensive line protected much better. Dan Doughty, Mark Bokermann, Jerry Reith and Bo Lacy really did a good job of securing things, picking up twists and stunts. That’s not an easy thing to do.

On the other side, our corners really broke on the ball well today, Lawrence Richardson, Marvin Jackson. Eddie Jackson was out here today. Lerinezo Robinson still keeps trying to fight through some things even with injuries. It’s been real positive and it was a really good day today.”

The Hogs will once again take to the fields for another practice on Friday and Saturday. Spring practice will culminate in a spring game on April 5.



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