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October 14, 2017

Senior Austin Allen, who threw for 400 yards and three touchdowns in a loss to Alabama last season, is hampered by an injury in his throwing shoulder suffered last week against SC. "It's one thing to be cleared; it's another thing to see how effective he can be. We'll continue to move and see where he's at on game day".

Allen has struggled this season, ranking among the bottom of the SEC in several major statistical categories like passer rating (11th), completion percentage (11th), passing yards per game (10th) and yards per attempt (11th).

Last week, Allen went 12-of-24 passing for 84 yards, a TD and a pick returned 34 yards for a score by South Carolina's Skai Moore. Four times for 21 yards against Texas A&M two weeks ago, too.

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"I feel sorry sometimes for some of our players who have a lot of pressure on them and a lot of anxiety created because they fear for their future", he said. "As he's played more, he has a good arm and he can throw the ball effectively".

Last week, the Razorbacks lost 48-22 last week to SC, and have lost five of their last seven games dating to last season, and they haven't defeated the No. 1-ranked Crimson Tide (6-0, 3-0) since 2006, a streak of 10 games.

Contingency plans are in place, Saban said. "He and Calvin Ridley have both been very productive and have done a great job all year long, but we need more guys to be able to step up to be playmakers when we need them". But fretting over them may be moot, he said. "We can't really figure it out. So we may have to adapt in the game". When Calvin went out of the game, there was a little bit of an absence of guys who could step up and make plays. "It wouldn't be unexpected if it happened this week".

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