Ray Straschinske Razorbacks College Football
Switzer visits Razorbacks FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Former Oklahoma football coach Berry Switzer, whose son is on the Arkansas football team, addressed the squad at its practice Tuesday and discussed the finer points of the game with new Razorback Coach Jack Crowe. "We talked about things that have changed and things that haven't changed about coaching," Crowe said. "Some things he talked about never change. We took the pads off today. You can't hit all the time. There's a time to hit and a lime to learn. We tried to have a learning day." Crowe said the players weren't the only ones to learn Tuesday. He picked up some tips from Switzer, Crowe said. "1 think that I learned more than (the players) did," he said. Switzer, a Crossett native, is a former Razorback. His son, Greg, is a walk-on outside linebacker for Arkansas. The NCAA requires at least five non-contact practices among the 20 it allows in spring sessions. No Razorbacks were injured Tuesday. Remaining sidelined for Tuesday's workout were linebackers Ken Benson and Albert Harris, tight end Kirk Botkin and offensive lineman Ray Straschinske. Crowe said he expects wide receive Brendan Cook of Little Rock Catholic to re-enroll in summer school. Cook has withdrawn from school. The Razorbacks were expected to wear pads today and then scrimmage Thursday. They will get the Easter weekend off.