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Hogs switching to ‘Tru’ mindset as football team readies for winter conditioning

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Photographs by Ben Goff

Arkansas strength and conditioning coach Trumain Carroll speaks during a news conference Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in Fayetteville.

Arkansas coach Chad Morris said the returning Razorbacks will get a "Tru" vision of the hallmarks of his program in winter conditioning next week.

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TravisBickle says...

I hate to burst their bubble, but speed, like height, is something that can't be coached. I'm sorry but at this level your strength and conditioning should be geared to explosiveness and injury prevention. The training cycle lasts the entire year, not just winter. At this point most of those guys should have at least 4 to 8 years of lifting experience. These guys all talk a good game, but if you lift like Tarzan and play like Jane, no amount of yoga is going to help.

Posted 14 January 2018, 2:35 p.m. Suggest removal

KnuckleBall says...

During the years of the SWC, most years other teams had bigger players than Arkansas but Frank's teams were quick and did not have a problem taking someone's head off with a hit. Can't say that the hogs have been that way in a long time.

Posted 14 January 2018, 3:04 p.m. Suggest removal

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