Rain Does Not Slow Down Razorback Practices
BY ANDRES FOCIL
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – While the rains came down during Thursday’s practice, the Razorbacks practiced indoors at the Walker Pavilion gaining focus on the passing game during finals week.
“It was a great day,” defensive backs coach Louis Campbell said. “I think the main thing about these practices is that you get back into thinking about football. Formations, routes, this is definitely not like a practice 10 fold, but you want to make it fun because we do have three weeks of practice coming up. We want them to have fun, but at the same time we want them to know what they are doing, making their calls, adjustments and running their routes.”
A standout defensive back for the Hogs during the early 1970s, Campbell coached the UA defensive backs from 1990 to 1997 before assuming his current post.
Ranked 24th by The Associated Press, the Razorbacks will face No. 14 Texas Jan. 1 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas.
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