Tennessee faced a tough challenge getting into the Arkansas game because Kendal Briles’s fast attack speed was known to keep many opponents off guard, especially when Razorbacks rushed fast.
Yes, Tennessee seems to have found an innovative way to deal with the crime of Arkansas.
At the end of the first half, Arkansas was in control of the ball, hoping to score her first point on the board. With the time spent working against Razorbacks, the attack switched to faster mode.
That was when Tennessee defender DeAndre Johnson was injured.
Based on a clip about the incident, it’s fair to question the severity of the injury.
Check it out below:
I hope Deandre Johnson will recover from this terrible trauma. pic.twitter.com/rnm9WeVkrr
̵1; Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) November 8, 2020