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@RazorbackMBB: Arkansas (13-6, 2-4) vs. Missouri (15-4, 3-3) - Tuesday, Jan. 28 (ESPNU)

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 Press Release University of Arkansas: 

@RAZORBACKMBB(13-6, 2-4) vs. Missouri (15-4, 3-3)
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Time: 6:00P.M.

City: Fayetteville, Ark.

Site: Bud Walton Arena (19,200)

TV: ESPNU

Online Video: ESPN3

Talent: Joe Davis (P-B-P) & Jimmy Dykes(Analyst)

Audio: Razorback/IMG Sports Network

Talent: Chuck Barrett (P-B-P) & RickSchaeffer

Live Stats: www.ArkansasRazorbacks.com

Twitter: @RazorbackMBB

Hashtags: #Fastest40 | #WeHOGS

Current Streak: W1

Last 5 Games: 2-3 | Last 10 Games: 6-4

Home Record: 11-1 | Current Streak:W2

Vs. Missouri: 20-19 | Streak: L1

Vs. Missouri At BWA: 6-0

Last Meeting: Missouri, 93-63 • March 5, 2013

 

AtA Glance

Arkansasopens Rivalry Week on ESPN by hosting Missouri on Tuesday night with Joe Davisand Jimmy Dykes on the call for ESPNU. Tuesday will be the 40th meeting betweenthe two programs and the 350th game played at Bud Walton Arena where theRazorbacks own an all-time record of 282-67. Arkansas' success at BWA has beenrevived under head coach MikeAnderson, who picked up his 250th career win on Saturday againstAuburn. Under Anderson, the Razorbacks are 45-5 at home, including 11-1 thisseason thanks to 89.2 points per game.

 

@RazorbackMBBFAST BREAK FACTS

  • Won 25 of the last 26games at Bud Walton Arena, including 11 of the last 12 SEC contests.
  • Trailed for a total of42:44 at home over 490 minutes in 12 games, and haven't trailed at all in sixcontests.
  • Averaging 89.2 points pergame at home this season (11-1).
  • Played three straightovertime games vs. Florida, vs. Kentucky and at Georgia, a first in programhistory ... previous three overtime games came over a span of 101 contests.
  • Lead the SEC and rank16th in the nation in scoring (82.9).
  • Only team in the SEC toscore 100 points three times, which is the same total produced the previousseven years combined.
  • 10 different players havereached double figures while six players have led the team in scoring.
  • Also lead the SEC inassists (16.2), assist/turnover ratio (1.4) and turnover margin (+6.4), afigure it has led the league in both years under coach Anderson.
  • Turnover margin of +6.4ranks third in the nation, while its out-scoring opponents by 10.3 per game inpoints off turnovers.
  • Won the turnover battleby double-digits five times and have scored 20+ points off turnovers in 11games.
  • Finished with equal ormore assists than turnovers in 17 games, while opponents have accomplished thesame feat just three times.
  • Own a 5-0 record whenpassing out 20+ assists while coach Anderson is 80-1 all-time when his teamsaccomplish the feat.
  • Won the turnover battlein 22 of last 23 games dating back to last year and 71 of 83 games under coachAnderson.
  • The Arkansas bench isaveraging 35.2 points, has supplied a double figure scorer in all but threegames and has out-scored the opposition 15 times resulting in a +14.1 per gamemargin.
  • Forced opponents into 20turnovers 20 times (19-1), including six times (6-0) this season, underAnderson, while coming away with 10+ steals in 29 contests (22-7).
  • Anderson's #Fastest40style of play has resulted in his teams winning the turnover battle in 323 of381 career games.

 

heatcheck

Tuesday's game featuresthe only two players to rank in the top 10 in scoring and top five in fieldgoal percentage in SEC play in Arkansas' Rashad Maddenand Missouri's Jabari Brown. In fact, both Madden and Brown are coming of24-point nights in their last outing. Madden's career-high 24-point night vs.Auburn featured 19 of the team's final 37 points and was his team-high third20-point game. Looking deeper, Madden and Brown rank in the top 10 in fivecategories together in league play; scoring, field goal percentage, free throwpercentage, three-pointers per game and three-point percentage.

 

HEAD COACHING MATCHUP

Arkansas

Head Coach: MikeAnderson (Tulsa ‘82)

Record at Arkansas: 50-33(3rd Season)

Overall Record: 250-131(12th Season)

Vs. Missouri: 1-1

 

Head Coach: Frank Haith (Elon ‘88)

Record at Missouri: 63-20 (3rd Season)

Overall Record: 192-121 (9th Season)

Vs. Arkansas: 1-1

 

Scouting MISSOURI

  • Part of a six-way tie forfifth in the SEC standings at 3-3 and 15-4 overall.
  • Own a 2-2 record on theroad with wins over N.C. State and Auburn, while the two losses have come by acombined nine points at LSU and Vanderbilt.
  • Sport the top scoring duoin the SEC in junior Jabari Brown and junior Jordan Clarkson at a combined 38.3points per.
  • Either Brown or Clarksonhas led the team in scoring in 17 of 19 games, including 12 straight, whileboth players have reached double figures all 19 games and have a combined 1920-point outings.
  • Brown leads the SEC inscoring at 19.5 points per game and has scored 20 points in four straightcontests.
  • Clarkson is third in theSEC at 18.8 points per night.
  • Senior Earnest Rosscompletes the three-headed backcourt monster with 14.0 points and 6.7 reboundsper game.
  • Ross has 1,114 career points, good forfourth among active SEC players.

 

ALL-TIMESERIES

After a four-yearhiatus, Arkansas and Missouri split the season series in 2012-13 in the Tigers'first year in the SEC. The Razorbacks have won 10 of the last 12 meetings andare 6-0 at Bud Walton Arena. The two teams met 22 years in a row from 1950-1972and had another 10-year streak from 1988-1998.

 

STARTING5 QUICK 5 HITS

#00    Rashad Madden (G)

  • Coming off a career-high24 points vs. Auburn.
  • Averaging 17.3 points inleague play to rank eighth in the SEC.
  • Reached double figures in14 of the last 16 games.
  • Started last 13 contests;14.6 ppg and 26-of-55 from three.
  • Team-high 30 threes after24 combined his first two years.

#12     Fred Gulley III (G)

  • Averaging 10.5 points thelast four games.
  • Scored double figures inthree straight games for first time.
  • Committed just seventurnovers of his last 304 minutes played.
  • Had career-highs inpoints (12) and threes (3) at Georgia.
  • Has a positive or equalassist/turnover ratio in all but one game.

#05    Anthlon Bell (G)

  • Arkansas is 7-2 all-timewhen he reaches double figures.
  • Averaging 7.0 points pergame.
  • Hit 3-of-5 from deep lastgame vs. Auburn.
  • Second with 29 threesafter a team-best 33 in 2012-13.
  • Has made a three-pointerin 14 games.

#04    Coty Clarke (F)

  • Started the last 11games; 9.9 ppg & 6.6 rpg.
  • Has led the team on theboards six times, including three in SEC.
  • Season-high 16 points atTennessee with 14 in the second half.
  • Went for a double-doubleof 16 points and 14 boards vs. Florida.
  • Has five three-pointersin SEC play after three in non-conference.

#10     Bobby Portis (F)

  • Only Razorback to startall 19 games.
  • Two-time SEC Freshman ofthe Week - Dec. 9 & Jan. 6.
  • Second on the team inscoring (11.9) and tops in rebounding (6.6).
  • Led the team in scoringsix times & rebounding eight times.
  • Reached double figures in13 games with three double-doubles.
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