FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -Arkansas defensive lineman Marcus Harrison returned to practice Tuesday - he was suspended last month when he was arrested on drug charges.
Coach Houston Nutt was noncommittal about the lineman's status for the No. 18 Razorbacks' next game, Sept. 15 at Alabama.
``Right now, we'd say he's probably available, but let's just take one day at a time right now,'' Nutt said.
Harrison sat out Arkansas' 46-26 season-opening win over Troy on Saturday night. He had been arrested about a week earlier in Fayetteville after police said they found marijuana and an Ecstasy pill in his car.

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