Arkansas practicing in Cold for Mississippi State Game


By Otis Kirk

Arkansas practiced in the cold on Tuesday evening as they prepare for Saturday’s game in Starkville against Mississippi State.

Arkansas is still searching for its first SEC win of the season. It appeared the Hogs are going to get some players back for Saturday’s game.

Both Devwah Whaley and Rakeem Boyd practiced in green jerseys on Tuesday. Whaley hasn’t played since the Ole Miss game in Little Rock while Boyd left Saturday night’s game against LSU early. Chad Morris said on Monday that he expected both to play.

Defensive end Dorian Gerald was in green on Tuesday as well. Gerald had three tackles against LSU on Saturday night.

It appeared that sophomore linebacker Hadyen Henry was in a green jersey as well. Henry is coming off a very good game this past Saturday when he had eight tackles. 

Wide receiver and kick returner De’Vion Warren missed the LSU game, but Morris said on Monday he also expects to have him back for the Bulldogs on Saturday. Warren was in a green jersey on Tuesday. 

Saturday’s game will kickoff at 11 a.m. and be televised on ESPN. 

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