Razorbacks begin working on Ohio State gameplan

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas offensive coordinator and

quarterbacks coach Garrick McGee says the Razorbacks have begun

working on their game plan for the contest against Ohio State in

the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 4.

After Monday's practice session inside the Walker Pavilion,

McGee said the workout featured elements of the game plan for the

matchup between No. 8 Arkansas (10-2) and the No. 6 Buckeyes


McGee said the Ohio State defense presents a stout matchup for

the Razorbacks' offense, since it uses some things that are

different from what Arkansas has seen from other Southeastern

Conference teams. But he said leaders on the Arkansas team know

what it takes to win big games and are actively communicating that

to other players.