Arkansas offensive coordinator Paul Petrino had a mixed bag when it came to that on Tuesday.
Tailback Knile Davis practiced, but seems questionable while tight end Chris Gragg and wide receiver Brandon Mitchell appear out and tailbacks Ronnie Wingo and Nate Holmes should see action.
"He (Davis) was out there practicing today, but I would say it's a long shot watching today," Petrino said.
Mitchell has not played the last two weeks due to a violation of team rules on an issue that appears to involve the NCAA.
"I'm out of the loop on that one," Petrino said. "I can't answer that question. I'm sorry. As of right now – until I'm told that I have him - I plan on not having him."
Holmes is a freshman running back who bounced over to the defensive side of the ball due to injuries, but is now back at tailback for the same reasons.
"He was there last week, too," Petrino said. "He's looking pretty good. There might be a chance to get the ball in his hands. He made some good plays on punt returns last week. Definitely he is a guy with some speed so maybe we will try to get the ball in his hands and see what he can do something for us.
"It was because of injuries," Petrino added. "We didn't have enough guys. Knile and Ronnie were both hurt so we brought him back over to our side. He kind of went over there because of their injuries and came back to us because of our injuries."
Wingo has battled injuries most of the season.
"I thought maybe at the end of last week or really tonight is the best he has looked in four weeks," Petrino said. "It was good to see him out there running around."
Arkansas knows that wide receiver Cobi Hamilton can make plays as evidenced by the fact he now has a school single-season record of 69 catches for 1,077 yards.
"I thought it needed to happen because you don't have Jarius, Joe, Chris Gragg, Greg Childs," Petrino said. "So when you don't have all those guys it gives him a better chance to make it. I said that it in the spring. I said that that the end of two-a-days. I thought he would have a big year and I am really proud… He needs to have three big games to finish it off right and set that thing so high that no one ever catches him."
Hamilton has been moving around so defenses can not scheme as easily against him.
"We play him too many places," Petrino said. "We move him all over the place. We do so many different things with him. It's not as if he just runs one or two routes. He does it a lot of different ways."
Hamilton says it's just a matter of competing hard every Saturday.
"I'm just going out there and competing, that's all it comes down to on Saturdays," Hamilton said. "Just go out there and compete and have fun."
South Carolina's defense is led by sophomore standout end Jadeveon Clowney.
"He is real good," Petrino said. "He has a couple of good moves that he uses. He is a good player so we have to do a good job of cutting and chipping him and have people hit him from all directions and try to keep his head on a swivel."
Former Arkansas assistant Lorenzo Ward is now the defensive coordinator after Ellis Johnson left to become head coach at Southern Mississippi.
"Lorenzo is a good guy and we were here together that first year," Petrino said. "He is doing a good job. He has probably simplified it more than they were doing when Ellis was there. They are playing a lot more man coverage and it will be fun to go out there and compete."
Hamilton is impressed with what he is seen from the South Carolina defense.
"They are good and I know they're going to be well coached," Hamilton said. "They are going to be fast and physical and very quick. We just have to go out and make the plays and come out with a win."
Petrino knows that Arkansas still has a chance to get to a bowl, but doesn't think the Razorbacks need to be concentrating on that now.
"I think it's big, but you don't look at that right now," Petrino said. "We should have won four out of our last four and so let's go win this next one. We went out there today and guys had a lot of fire in practice. I think right now you just know each one becomes a huge one after you get this one."