No plan to spell Wilson

Posted: November 12, 2012 at 4:55 a.m.

Arkansas football Coach John L. Smith says senior quarterback Tyler Wilson has earned the right to stay in games as long as he wants.

Coach John L. Smith said after Saturday’s 38-20 loss at South Carolina that quarterback Tyler Wilson has earned the right to say when he’s ready to come out of games.

Tyler Wilson - South Carolina Postgame

Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson recaps the Razorbacks' 38-20 loss to South Carolina on Saturday. (By Matt Jones)
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