Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson is still not cleared to play for the Razorbacks, according to multiple reports coming from head coach John L. Smith's Monday press conference in Fayetteville.
Wilson suffered a concussion against Louisiana-Monroe and sat out Saturday's loss at home to Alabama, although he had some spirited words for his teammates following the blowout victory by the Crimson Tide. Wilson told reporters Tuesday that he underwent another concussion test following the Bama game and that the results were "very positive in my probabilty for this week."
Wilson and Smith also spoke about the complexity of the Arkansas offense, as installed by former head coach Bobby Petrino and still coached by his brother, offensive coordinator Paul. It seems as if some of the intricacies of what the Petrino was renowned for might end up being scrapped:
Smith mentioned simplifying the offense. Wilson asked about it. "We still have a very complex offense."— Robbie Neiswanger (@NWARobbie) September 17, 2012
No specifics were mentioned about what might be changed regarding the offense.