The firing of former head coach Bobby Petrino was big news for the Arkansas Razorbacks during the offseason, but it may not be the biggest concern that this team is facing ahead of the 2012 campaign.
That, instead, may very likely be the health of running back Knile Davis.
Last season, the Razorbacks had the 13th best passing game in the country, but struggled mightily to run the football, averaging just 137 yards on the ground.
That would change if Davis was healthy in 2012, considering he rushed for over 1,300 yards in 2010. He has great size and a scary combination of speed and power. The problem is, he suffered an ankle injury in 2011, which forced him to miss the entire season.
Here are some of the latest updates on his health from SEC Media Days.