Coach B: Henre' Toliver practiced - should be full go for LSU. Cameron Jefferson not practicing yet, but should be ready next Sunday or Tues— Hawgs Illustrated (@HImagazine) November 5, 2014
Seems like Toliver has been "should be full go" for a couple weeks now. We'll see. You know he'd like to go against his home-state school.
Coach B: Cameron Jefferson had a scope on his leg.— Hawgs Illustrated (@HImagazine) November 5, 2014
Hogs need Jefferson back. Arkansas needs the depth on the line.
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Martrell Spaight and Jonathan Williams both banged up vs. Mississippi State as well. Both are OK.— Robbie Neiswanger (@NWARobbie) November 5, 2014
Seems like the bye week is good for everybody. It's really nice that the Razorbacks get one this week while LSU is grinding against Alabama on Saturday.
Bret Bielema, speaking to the media: Korliss Marshall was back with us and looked good. He had fresh legs. It was nice to have him back.— Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) November 5, 2014
Woo hoo! A legit threat on kickoff returns...returns!
Bret Bielema says Korliss Marshall will be eligible to play against LSU. Marshall had been suspended for university rules violation.— WholeHogSports (@wholehogsports) November 5, 2014
Bielema: During the time away, Korliss has done very well with everything we put in front of him, and he knows he's on the last straw.— Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) November 5, 2014
Coach B: Korliss will be in all four phases of the kicking game - that includes coverage teams - also get plenty of TB reps in practice— Hawgs Illustrated (@HImagazine) November 5, 2014
All four phases, even punt return? I thought that was settled.
Coach B: Korliss Marshall will not be used to return punts although something might look at in off-season.— Hawgs Illustrated (@HImagazine) November 5, 2014
Oh, ok. Jared Cornelius looked pretty good there I thought.
Coach B: That's because Marshall goes north and south well with a head start, but is not as good having to make people miss as on punts.— Hawgs Illustrated (@HImagazine) November 5, 2014
Bielema: Any time we get down near the goal line and can't punch it in, it's concerning. You have to look at the call & the execution.— Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) November 5, 2014
There you go, Chaney haters: "You have to look at the call".
Bielema: It was Alex Collins' best game in a while. It was good to see that. We needed him, too, since J-Will got banged up.— Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) November 5, 2014
Bielema: I wish we had some more depth along the offensive line and at the reliever position to get done what we want to get done.— Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) November 5, 2014
Yeah, me too. That'd be nice.
Bielema: The guy I'd love to see get more involved is Kendrick Edwards.— Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) November 5, 2014
That'd also be nice. He's made a few big catches this year. You know who has the power to make that happen? You do, Coach!
One other notes nobody tweeted about: Asked if he would have gone for 2 if the Hogs had scored on one of those late drives if Arkansas would have gone for two, Bielema responded that he didn't want to tip his cap in case he's in that situation again....but he did think that being aggressive on the road is generally a good idea. So it sounds like he might have gone for two and may in that situation in the future.
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