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Poor Ryan Pulley. Not only does he fall down trying to keep up with Cornelius' moves at the line of scrimmage, Cornelius catches the deep pass with one hand just for kicks. That's awesome (but not for Pulley). It looks like they had a good time in the film room with that one.
Two weeks before the Red/White Game, Arkansas is opening a scrimmage to the public. It is free and begins at 11:15 am. It should last around two hours. Fans must sit in the west side lower level and enter through Gates 1 or 10.
Redshirt freshman running back Juan Day will definitely miss the rest of spring practice after suffering a torn ACL during the opening week of spring practice. Reports are saying this is not the same knee as the one Day injured in high school. It remains to be seen whether or not he'll be able to play this fall in what would likely be a backup role to Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins. The Razorbacks will have Denzell Evans and incoming freshman Rawleigh Williams III available to back them up, along with senior fullback Kody Walker.
The first spring practices are closed, but some players and coaches spoke with the media once it was finished. Our own Scottie Bordelon filed this special report with the Arkansas News Bureau on how everyone is adjusting to new offensive coordinator Dan Enos.
Arkansas' begins on March 16 as announced last week, and the spring game is on April 25. Tennessee is the only other school playing their game on the 25th. I'd expect many of these games to air on the SEC Network (or at least SEC Network +).
I do think it's interesting how different schools organize their spring practices. Some like Georgia and South Carolina go through the whole thing in three weeks, while schools like Arkansas spread it out over 6 weeks. You'd think there'd be some sort of consensus on what the best strategy is but there isn't.
The Red Team beat up on the White Team, which is what you want since the first team offense and defense made up the Red Team. Here's a rundown of reactions and thoughts on what we saw. What did you think?