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Arkansas will not confirm or deny Wilson’s injury

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson was expected to be a Heisman Trophy hopeful this season.

Tyler Wilson

Now, those dreams may have been dashed, if it is a more serious injury. There is a report that he may have broken his collarbone; however, that report is not confirmed.

Arkansas would not confirm or deny if he suffered a concussion. Wilson did not play the second half or overtime.

The school would only say that his injury is above the shoulders. That was also the same injury report that the school gave for corner back Tevin Mitchell, who left the game on a stretcher after a scary collision with a teammate.

Wilson was replaced by redshirt freshman Brandon Allen. If Wilson does have a broken collarbone or a concussion, it would mean that Allen would start against Alabama next week.

Last week, Alabama destroyed Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson’s Heisman hopes, as he struggled almost all game.

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