The Arkansas Razorbacks Offense is the Focus of Today’s Practice Report
FAYETTEVILLE - The University of Arkansas football team practiced Tuesday evening in preparation for its matchup Saturday against Samford at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
Offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jim Chaney met with the media and gave his insights on Tuesday’s practice.
“I felt like today’s practice was physical,” Chaney said. “I thought their mind was in the right spot. Our effort level was fine. We are trying to emphasize finishing plays better and I thought we did that.”
Chaney also gave his thoughts on last Saturday’s 522-yard performance by the Razorback offense.
“I think our kids played hard,” Chaney said. “They did what we wanted them to do for the most part. I can’t say that there was a tremendous amount of adjustments needed in that ball game. Our players executed the game plan and they did a good job with it.”
Chaney also spoke about the team’s attitude going into a game.
“I think all good teams play with a chip on their shoulder and it doesn’t matter who they are playing against on that Saturday,” Coach Chaney said. “The good teams have a good understanding that they get to take 12 tests during this season. That is what’s promised to us. And you are going to go out on those Saturdays and try to perform your best on your examination day. The good teams get that and I hope we continue to develop that way.”