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Arkansas defensive end Chris Smith (6-2, 252) spent much of Saturday's scrimmage chasing after and catching quarterbacks with his improved speed and strength.

There's no truth to the rumor that Arkansas sophomore-to-be Chris Smith has made the move from defensive end to tailback. It just seemed like that on Saturday because he spent so much time in the backfield. Smith (6-2, 252) was credited with two sacks, likely would have had two more if the quarterbacks weren't off limits and basically spent his day ripping into the pocket and harassing the...

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