Thursday, September 20, 2007

Hog News and Notes

Just some brief notes for the Razorbacks as they continue to put the screw-job, aka the Alabama game, behind them and focus in on the Kentucky Wildcats.

Free safety Michael Grant has been moved to starting corner ahead of Jarell Norton, who was repeatedly picked on in the Alabama game.

Sr. Kevin Woods steps in at starting free safety and is ready to crack some Wildcat skulls.

Fabulous Freshman, Crosby Tuck will be starting ahead of London Crawford at Split End this Saturday. If he catches it, it will be six.

Darren McFadden declares himself probable for Kentucky after the concussion he received at Alabama Saturday night. He also declares himself probable to run for about 500 yards against the Cats on Saturday.

Marcus Monk is still doubtful, but he's even more doubtful of the Wildcats' chances this Saturday night even without his skills in the Razorback lineup.

Ernest Mitchell has been suspended for the Kentucky game due to his ejection from the Alabama gain for hitting an Alabama player with the player’s helmet. Senior, Fast Freddy Bledsoe will get his first career start in his place.

All-World DE, Marcus Harrison, is back in the starting lineup after being suspended for Troy and coming off the bench against Alabama.

Future All-American, Sophomore Tight End Ben Cleveland is most likely heading for a medical redshirt this season with neck issues.

Iron Leg, Jeremy Davis, is a finalist for the Ray Guy award presented to the best punter in the nation. He is currently averaging 43.9 yards per punt.

Ray Guy - he could really kick a football.

Next up: The Arkansas - Kentucky Preview

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