Arkansas plays host to Vanderbilt at 6 p.m. Saturday. Mallett thinks he is either at or close to 100 percent already.
"Lot of ice, lot of stim (electric therapy)," Mallet said. "I felt a lot better. I'm 100 percent.
"It was a bruise. We just had to get the blood flowing again. I think I did it on one of the sacks. You can't see it (on the video)."
Garrick McGee, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, said it was a really good practice for Mallett and the rest of the offense Tuesday.
"He did a really good job," McGee said. "He came out with focus. He did a good job and looked good."
As for the wideouts, McGee would only say that just like in the game, several players stepped up in Tuesday's practice.
"Our wide receivers had a good day," McGee said. "I liked the way they practiced. They were very fast.
"Lance Ray looked really good. Julian Horton, we were really high on him. He looked good today."
McGee said the Hogs cut back the length of practice.
McGee said the Vanderbilt defense is impressive.
"They have two really good cornerbacks and that allows them to play a lot of man-to-man," he said. "They also have a very good middle linebacker and they are getting back a defensive tackle who is one of their team captains.
"They are very well coached and play solid technique. They play very hard."
McGee liked the way the Hogs ran the ball against Ole Miss. They had 197 yards rushing. Some of it was superb running by Knile Davis at the end of plays, but the offensive line did the job as far as blocking.
"Our guys did a good job up front of being physical and getting to their legs," McGee said. "When we lost Mallett, Childs and Adams, our offensive line took pride in getting us going. It was a huge game for us and towards the end we played the way we wanted to play -- we ran the ball to win the game."
Offensive tackle DeMarcus Love credited the line for "getting to the linebackers" against Ole Miss.
"Our guards -- all of them -- were pulling and getting the linebackers on the ground," Love said. "They were cutting them down. If you get the linebackers on the ground, the backs are going to have some room.
"We wanted to be the force after the (lightning) breaks. I talked about that in the huddle. I wanted to keep our guys motivated. I told them that we had let a couple of games slip away in this situation and we wanted to get that fixed."
Offensive line coach Chris Klenakis said it was the best job of "eliminating critical errors" up front.
"We call it football intelligence," he said. "We showed that this game. We didn't make mistakes that put us behind in the chains. We saw a lot of improvement there.
"I thought our guards -- Alvin Bailey, Wade Grayson and Grant Cook -- all had their best games," Klenakis said. "They were more physical. It was the most physical Alvin had been.
"We can play better than that, though. The key is to keep getting better. We are not there yet, but it was a definite improvement. Our cohesiveness was better as a unit. We played more as a unit and less as individuals."