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Arkansas coach Bret Bielema: QB Cole Kelley to start again but needs more help
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Arkansas redshirt freshman quarterback Cole Kelley is likely to start Saturday against Auburn, coach Bret Bielema said Thursday night.
Bielema had said earlier in the week, both Monday and Wednesday, there was a possibility Austin Allen could play. During the coach’s show Thursday night, however, Bielema suggested Kelley was going to get the nod for the second straight week as Allen was not yet completely recovered from a shoulder injury he sustained two weeks ago against South Carolina.
Kelley made his first career start last week against Alabama. He went 23 of 42 for 200 yards with a touchdown and an interception. They weren’t great numbers, but Kelley did have his most success when Arkansas began to quicken the pace.
Bielema said he didn’t anticipate going up-tempo regularly against Auburn, but he didn’t count it completely out, either.
“I think, obviously, depending on the game flow, depending on where we’re at, he definitely got some mojo when he did kick it into high gear,” Bielema said of Kelley. “I’ve seen him very comfortable from Day 1 in that mode of two-minute.”
With Kelley now having two weeks’ worth of practice and a game with the first-team wide receivers under his belt, Bielema anticipates a better game against Auburn. Quarterback-receiver chemistry is important, Bielema said, and Kelley had not taken many reps with Arkansas’ first-team wideouts in practice until after Allen went down.
Jordan Jones, Deon Stewart and Brandon Martin were Kelley’s favorite targets against Alabama; leading receiver Jonathan Nance had just 1 catch. Those four are the top 4 on the depth chart, at least when it comes to those most likely out wide to have the most catches.