Devwah Whaley and his Arkansas Razorbacks teammates had to work in all kinds of weather Saturday afternoon during their second scrimmage of fall camp. Even with the wet conditions, the team was able to close out the third week of preseason work strong before classes begin on Monday.
Head coach Bret Bielema and his staff started the scrimmage inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, but the rain began to fall after the opening stretch periods. Due to no threat of lightning, Bielema kept his team outside to give it a chance to work on potential rainy situations that could occur during the season. The team moved indoors halfway through after working on first and second downs and red zone plays.
Much of the first team offense got plenty of reps throughout the day and most of the key producers wore the green jerseys, which Bielema said was to “keep them fresh.”
After the scrimmage, Bielema also told the media that the starting offensive line is set with Dan Skipper at left tackle, Hjalte Froholdt at left guard, Frank Ragnow at center, Jake Raulerson at right guard and Colton Jackson at right tackle.