The Arkansas football team had their second scrimmage open to the public today with a few new players stepping up and some at new positions.
The most obvious player who has made the transition to a new position is former quarterback A.J. Derby. While some players may go to a new position only to be never heard about again, Derby could play a vital role in the Razorback”s offense...
A.J. Derby will likely start Saturday.AP-Danny Johnson
Bret Bielema has yet to lose a game as coach of the Arkansas football team, but some would say that he also hasn’t faced a tough opponent.
This Saturday he gets the opportunity to show what kind of team he really has in his first year as Arkansas.
The Razorbacks (3-0) last win came against Southern Miss 24-3 and now have their...
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema says quarterback Brandon Allen hasn't practiced yet this week and will be a game-time decision at Rutgers.
Allen injured his right shoulder on a first-quarter touchdown run in a win over Southern Mississippi last week. Bielema initially called the injury a bruise, though he has since declined to offer more details about the nature of the injury.
Via AP on Fox
September 18, 2013
Arkansas backup quarterback AJ Derby made the best of a difficult situation when he was suddenly forced to play against Southern Mississippi.
Now the question is will Derby be in control of the offense when the Razorbacks travel to Rutgers next week?
Arkansas (3-0) pulled away in the second half behind Derby and the running back duo of Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins on Saturday...
Via AP on Fox
September 15, 2013