Tyler Wilson Injury: Arkansas QB Still Not Practicing As Of Thursday

Injured Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback Tyler Wilson was unable to practice Thursday, John L. Smith announced after practice. Wilson has been considered day-to-day all week.

Wilson has been unable to practice after suffering a blow to the head in the Razorbacks' overtime loss to the ULM Warhawks on Saturday. Smith did say that some more definitive word on Wilson's availability for the Alabama game will be made at Friday morning at the latest.

If Wilson is unable to play Saturday, the Razorbacks will turn to either redshirt freshman Brandon Allen or junior Brandon Mitchell, but Smith would not yet disclose who would start in his place.

The Razorbacks are scheduled to play the Crimson Tide at 3:30 p.m. ET.

Talk about Arkansas football at Arkansas Expats, and check out the SB Nation college football hub and this college football StoryStream for all your latest college football updates.

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