FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Arkansas football team returned to the practice fields Tuesday for its second week of spring camp.
Tuesday’s practice, which began outside but moved indoors during the 15th period due to the threat of severe weather, was the first of three slated for this week. The Razorbacks will practice three times a week for the next four weeks leading up to the annual Red-White Spring Game on April 29.
After donning pads for the first time Saturday, the Razorbacks went through their second 23-period practice in full pads.
The Razorbacks focused on special teams for the first few periods then split up for individual position drills before moving to 7-on-7 and team drills. After spending the first few practices working on first and second down situations, the Razorbacks worked on third down situations, including short-yardage scenarios.
J-Red Meets The Media
Senior wide receiver Jared Cornelius met with the media following Tuesday’s practice.
Arkansas will return to the field Thursday for the fifth of 15 practices.
In conjunction with the annual Red-White Spring Game, which will kick off at noon on April 29 inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Arkansas will host HogFest presented by Pepsi from 9:00-11:30 a.m. in Lot 60 outside of Bud Walton Arena.
Located in Lot 60 outside of Hog Heaven in Bud Walton Arena, HogFest will feature a fun zone, games, music, mascots, giveaways and an autograph session with many Razorback greats. The pep rally prior to the game will start at 10 a.m. on the main stage.
Fans will be encouraged to bring canned food items for Northwest Arkansas Food Bank and UA Full Circle Pantry. Canned food bins will be located throughout the HogFest area as well as stadium gates. After the game, fans will be able to grab the official spring game poster as they exit the stadium.
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