Arkansas senior receiver Keon Hatcher will miss multiple games with a broken foot.
Hatcher was injured in the fourth quarter of the Razorbacks' 16-12 loss to Toledo on Saturday and will undergo surgery today. Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said Hatcher will miss at least six weeks with the injury, and redshirting the senior may be an option.
Hatcher is Arkansas' leading receiver through the first two games of the season with 13 catches for 198 yards and two touchdowns. He is the Razorbacks' most experienced receiver with more career receptions, yards and touchdowns than all other receivers combined.
He is the second senior to suffer a long-term injury for the Razorbacks after Jonathan Williams suffered a season-ending foot injury during the preseason.
Slot receiver Drew Morgan will start in Hatcher's place Saturday against Texas Tech. Jojo Robinson is listed as first-team receiver at Morgan's vacated position in the slot.
Bielema said all other players who were injured against Toledo should be able to play against Texas Tech. Offensive lineman Denver Kirkland (elbow), running back Kody Walker (thumb), cornerback Jared Collins (thumb), linebacker Josh Williams (shin), safety Josh Liddell (bruised thigh) and receiver Eric Hawkins (neck) were all injured in the game against the Rockets.
Bijhon Jackson, who injured a shoulder in practice last week, is available this week. He played only a few snaps against Toledo.
Bielema also said receiver Dominique Reed did not play after missing a "complete" meeting on Friday.