Razorbacks finish off practice with watermelons
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- After spending an hour and a half working on team drills, including field goals and punting, the Arkansas Razorbacks ended two-a-day practices by snacking on watermelons.
Razorback head coach Houston Nutt said the team focused on teamwork instead of individual instruction after noticing a few mistakes during the Friday morning workout.
"After watching the film from this morning we were not satisfied with some of the missed assignments," Nutt said. "Sometimes you leave the field thinking things are all right, but then you go back and look and see they need to be corrected.
"We opened with punt protection then moved right into game-type situations. We worked on assignments, substitutions, getting the play off before the 25-second clock expired and a lot of different things like that."
Fan Day will be Saturday, followed by a closed practice session at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
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