Arkansas team reviews film of scrimmage
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- The Arkansas football team spent an hour Sunday indoors, reviewing film from a 50-play scrimmage the day before.
"There were a lot of good things on film and a lot of things we had to correct," coach Houston Nutt said. "We had some guys on defense chasing the ball when they were out there."
Nutt said he was pleased with Tony Bua's move to free safety, but said both Bua and Lerinezo Robinson could see action at that position.
The coach said experience on the defensive side is helping Arkansas' cause.
"Marvin Jackson has done excellent covering and breaking on the ball. Ahmad (Carroll), Michael Coe, Vickiel Vaughn, Eddie Jackson and Lawrence (Richardson) -- it's good to have those guys with experience there," Nutt said.
Nutt said his first-string offense looking good in Saturday's scrimmage.
"We didn't stretch them too much, so they weren't in that many plays," he said. "The plays they were in they executed very well and knew who to block. We've got to stay on our blocks and get to a couple linebackers a little bit better."
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