"I just wanted our younger guys especially to start focusing in on what we need to do," Nutt said. "We took an experienced team into Oxford a couple of years ago and came away with a loss. We have been in a comfortable environment the last few games at home, but playing on the road in the SEC is a whole different thing."
The Razorbacks will face one of the league's hottest quarterbacks in Ole Miss' Eli Manning. The son of legendary quarterback Archie Manning, the current Rebels' signal caller appears to have inherited many of his father's gridiron traits.
"The tough thing about Manning is that he can do so many things," Nutt said. "He doesn't make many mistakes and he gets them into the right plays. We will have to try and mix it up on defense."
Arkansas will return to the practice field on Thursday before traveling to Mississippi on Friday afternoon. The Razorbacks and Rebels will kick things off at 6 p.m. on Saturday night in a game televised by ESPN2.