After falling short against BYU on Saturday, Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman gave an update on running back Rocket Sanders and addressed some improvements he wants to see from his offensive line.

Sanders is managing a knee injury that he suffered in the Razorbacks’ season opener. Pittman is still unsure if Sanders will be ready to go against LSU on Saturday or not.

“I don’t know if (Rocket) is going to be able to play against LSU to be honest,” Pittman said in a press conference Monday. “We’re going to get him out there right now but we just don’t know.”

Last season, Sanders amassed 1,443 yards and 10 touchdowns.

After allowing 4 sacks and 6 tackles for loss, Pittman wants to see some improvement from his offensive line. He has been preaching consistency since the begin of the season, and he’s still waiting to see it from his offensive line.

“The offensive line just has to play more consistent,” Pittman said. “We probably need to move the pocket more, we can’t just stand back there and let people blitz-a-thon or bull us.”

Arkansas will get the chance to make up for the loss this Saturday as they take on LSU.

The Tigers are coming off a big win against Mississippi State and are looking keep their momentum rolling against Arkansas.

“In the Mississippi St. game LSU was incredible,” Pittman said. “They held them to about 200 yards which is hard to do… they were all over the place on defense and they threw the ball really well… Daniels can beat you with his feet and his arm… he’s playing the best he’s ever played.”