"They didn't let me watch it and I really didn't want to watch it," Gragg said.
Even harder to watch was the way the Hogs played without him, dropping games against Rutgers and Texas A&M.
"It did kinda scare me cause I did hear some cracking and popping down there, but Dr. Arnold and the training staff did a great job in rehabbing and hopefully I can come out and be the same factor I was before I got hurt."
Arkansas' offense turned it up a notch last time out against Kentucky, and could show another gear this weekend bringing the Senior back into the fold.
"Any time you have one of your best players back it makes teh defense worry about him and it stretches the field," offensive coordinator Paul Petrino said. "It will be big from a standpoint that we can do some things with some different formations," quarterback Tyler Wilson says.
Gragg's rare combination of size and speed make him an elite talent for his position, despite sitting out for the better part of the last 5 weeks, fans can expect to see both elements back on display Saturday night.