"Pretty much like all of our workouts," Franklin said. "I didn't see any difference."
Defensive coordinator Willy Robinson said he didn't want to change the workout just because his unit was on the field a few more practices in the double overtime victory at Mississippi State.
"We didn't change our schedule today one bit," Robinson said. "I think our guys can hold up to it. We did have three players go over 100 snaps in the last game. That's about like two games, but they hold up."
"I didn't see any of those guys quit and I don't think they will," Robinson said. "We just keep going."
Franklin said the game reminded him of a typical scrimmage under Bobby Petrino.
"I think what we all talked about during the game was that it was like one of Coach Petrino's spring or August scrimmages," he said. "Mentally, you just keep playing. You just put play after play together. We know how to do that. We didn't see anything difficult about it. I think we were still going strong in the overtime.
"I didn't know it was 20 tackles or 100-plus plays, just playing the game. That's all we try to do, just keep playing. We've been coached to do that. The focus is not on how many plays, but how many stops we can get. That's all you are thinking when you are out there, get a stop."
Robinson said, "It was a tremendous job by our guys. It was a lot of plays. But I don't see any of them that are worse off from the wear and tear. This is going to be a shorter week at the end since we don't have school some of the days, but today we just went about our work as usual."
Robinson said it was a good Tuesday practice as the Hogs began their heavy preparation for Saturday's game with LSU in Little Rock. He liked what he saw of the secondary with Isaac Madison back at practice after sitting out most of the last game with a mild concussion.
"Isaac was a little bleary after one of the hits," Robinson said. "But he was over it and fine today. He's good. I think he came off the field a little bleary and actually went back and played one possession more before he told us. He said something didn't feel exactly right. So we held him out. He's fine now."
Robinson praised the work of Darius Winston. The sophomore cornerback played both sides in the game.
"He's playing right and left for us now and he knows both," Robinson said. "He's really been a different player in practice the last few weeks and he's stepped up."
Offensive coordinator Garrick McGee knows what to expect from LSU on Saturday.
"Every game in the SEC West goes down to the wire," McGee said. "It should be a lot of fun.
"We've been a part of two really good games with LSU since we've been here. We expect another one. You just know that if it's an SEC West game, it's going to be a battle."
McGee was asked about the LSU secondary.
"They have good players, but everyone in the SEC has personnel," he said. "What we see with this team is that yes, they have players. They have one of the best players in the country at his position.
"But what they do with scheme is what makes them really tough to prepare for as a defense. The defensive coordinator is really good. The scheme they play makes them a challenge."
Tight end D. J. Williams is excited about the trip to Little Rock. The stadium is just a few miles away from his mother's house.
"I would say six or seven miles at the most," Williams said of the distance from home to War Memorial Stadium.
"I think it will probably be emotional by the time we get to game time. I know my mother will probably be crying, but I have to keep that under wraps and just play.
"It's going to be quite a setting. I know our fans will have that stadium rocking. It's No. 5 LSU and they'll be ready, our fans and LSU.
"We pretty much know what kind of game it will be and I think LSU does, too. They are very good and very physical. You see that on film. I think what you have is everything to make it a big-time game."
Williams said the Hogs have been getting better every week for the last two seasons. He said he traces it back to the confidence the Hogs got when they beat LSU in Little Rock to end the 2008 season.
"I think that victory got our program headed in the right direction," Williams said. "We've kept it rolling ever since then."
Defensive end Jake Bequette, who played high school football in War Memorial Stadium, agreed with Williams.
"I think two years ago it kind of showed the character of this team and the direction this program was headed," Bequette said. "We weren't really playing for anything except pride and to finish the season on a good note. We did that against a really good LSU team. This year it means a lot more for us. We have a chance to have 10 regular season wins and get to a BCS bowl games. We're going to play accordingly."
Bequette said the focus this week is to get ready for football, not talk about the trappings of the game.
"It's been fun being a leader on this team, a captain and a guy the other guys look to," Bequette said. "This week has been another responsibility for me to calm everybody down. Everybody has a tendency to get kind of overhyped and overanxious, but that kind of works in our favor. We practice harder for big games, it seems. We had a good start today."
Wide receiver Joe Adams is another Little Rock product. He knows what War Memorial Stadium will be like by game time.
"That stadium will be loud," Adams said. "Well, you know what our fans will be like. It's different in Little Rock than it is in Fayetteville. You know what they are like down there in Little Rock. They spend the day getting ready."