Arkansas head coach John L. Smith says QB Wilson a 'game-time decision'

There has been a plethora of rumors circulating this week about the health of Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson and whether or not he will play on Saturday against No. 1 Alabama, and his head coach, John L. Smith, didn't do anything to squash those rumors on Friday.

In a news release, Smith said, "There will be no further updates on Tyler Wilson's status today and he will be a game time decision."Wilson has been in and out of practice this week with what his coach labeled a "head injury", but others have reported that he sustained a concussion in the loss to Louisiana-Monroe last week.{}

Whatever the injury may be, the Razorbacks will be in serious trouble against Kirby Smart's defense without their starting quarterback on the field.

But not near as much trouble as Wilson could find himself in if he returns too early from a "head injury", only to have his bell rung one time too many and one day too soon.

My best guess is you will see Wilson throwing in pre-game warm ups tomorrow, but after the ball is kicked, you'll see him become Arkansas's biggest cheerleader and loudest coach on the sideline.