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Replica Yeezy . -- The season appeared as though it was falling apart for Arkansas following a 56-3 loss to Auburn three weeks ago, particularly for a defense that had just allowed 543 yards rushing to the Tigers.Fueled by a well-timed bye week and some personnel changes, the Razorbacks (6-3, 2/3 Southeastern Conference) turned around both their defense -- and season -- with a 31-10 win against Florida last week .It was a performance Arkansas hopes to carry forward on Saturday when they host No. 19 LSU (5-3, 3-2).Winning does a lot of things for the soul, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said.To get back to winning following the humiliating Auburn loss, Bielema had a part in the defensive changes -- most notably increasing playing time for talented freshman defensive tackle McTelvin Agim and moving senior Jeremiah Ledbetter to defensive end.The result was the most dominant defensive performance of the season, with the Razorbacks holding the Gators to a season-low 12 yards rushing on 14 carries.It was a improvement of 531 yards from one game to the next by a defense that had to wait two weeks to play Florida after being humbled by Auburn.It was tough, going into a bye week after a loss like that, defensive end Deatrich Wise said. You hear two weeks of that constant reminder of what you did. We just had to get our mind right ... It was hard, but we just changed the demeanor of how we do things, made things simpler.While the Florida win showed what Arkansas new-look defense is capable of, it will face an even more difficult test this week against an LSU team that leads the SEC with an average of 6.2 yards per carry.With junior running back Leonard Fournette leading the way, the Tigers average 214 yards rushing per game -- 236.3 yards on the ground in the four games since interim coach Ed Orgeron took over following the firing of Les Miles . And that despite only gaining 33 yards rushing in last weeks 10-0 loss to No. 1 Alabama.Orgeron knows the Razorbacks arent likely to present the same physical challenge up front defensively, but hes also aware Arkansas success a week ago could easily carry over to this week.He also knows how well the Razorbacks have played in defeats of LSU in each of the last two seasons, games in which Arkansas has held the Tigers to a combined 95 yards rushing on 62 carries.They got bigger on the front and it worked for them, Orgeron said. The open date obviously was very beneficial to them ... Overall they played better. 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The medical staff initially thought hed torn the ligament, and the test a day later in Cincinnati confirmed it. EDMONTON -- The Edmonton Oilers say they have been unable to confirm reports that one of the teams prospects is missing and has possibly drowned in eastern Europe. The NHL club put out a statement late Thursday afternoon saying it was aware of reports Kristians Pelss was unaccounted for in his home country, Latvia, but was unable to confirm conflicting information in that countrys media. "There has been contradictory information reported, at times, and we are trying to confirm the facts," the Oilers said. "Once we are able to do that, we will be able to offer further comment. At this time, our thoughts and prayers are with the Pelss family." Latvian news outlet Apollo reported that Pelss, 20, had died. It cited a rescue service spokesman as saying witnesses saw a man jump from a bridge into the Daugava River in the city of Riga. However, a spokesman for the Latvian Hockey Federation was quoted in the same article as saying he could neither confirm nor deny that it was Pelss. A Russian sports news agency, R-Sport, tweeted that the Latvian Hockey Federation believes Pelss is missing, but not dead. Pelsss agent told The Canadian Press he was looking for more information from Europe. Despite thee conflicting reports, fans flocked to Twitter to pay their respects to the youngster under the hashtag #prayforpelss. Wholesale Yeezy. Pelss was drafted in the seventh round by the Oilers and last played for the Oklahoma City Barons and affiliate Stockton Thunder, both teams in the Oilers farm system. A left-winger, he played junior hockey for two years with the Edmonton Oil Kings amassing 42 goals and 41 assists in 126 games. He also played for the Latvian junior team. The Oilers statement comes on the same day the death of another young NHL prospect was confirmed. The Dallas Stars released a statement Thursday on the death of Scott Winkler, who passed away at the age of 23. "The Dallas Stars are heartbroken to hear about Scotts passing," said Stars General Manager Jim Nill. "Scott was a wonderful young man with great character and a bright future; we extend our deepest condolences to his family and friends." Winkler was Dallas third-round selection (89th overall) in the 2008 NHL draft. The cause of Winklers death is not yet known. A statement form Colorado College, where Winkler played the last four seasons, said he was found unresponsive at his parents house in Asker, Norway. ' ' '