Arkansas Goes For Season Sweep Of Missouri

Game Notes

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Looking to finish in the top three of the SEC standings for the third time in four seasons, the Arkansas men’s basketball team will go for a season sweep of the Missouri Tigers Saturday in Columbia.

The Rundown
 Missouri Tigers (19-11, 9-8 SEC)
Saturday, March 3
Site: Mizzou Arena (Columbia, Mo.)
Tip-off: 5:00 p.m. CT
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Sirius/XM Radio: 137/192

The #Fastest40 Facts
• With Tuesday’s win against No. 14 Auburn, Arkansas has knocked off four ranked teams at home in a season or the first time in program history.

• Arkansas’ 110 dunks are the most in the Mike Anderson era. Daniel Gafford’s 65 dunks this season are more than six SEC Teams.

• At 40.4 percent from behind the arc, the Razorbacks are on pace to record the second-highest three-point percentage by any SEC team in the last 25 years. Florida shot 40.9 percent in 2007.

• Arkansas and Kentucky are the only programs in the SEC to finish .500 or better in league play in each of the last six seasons.

• During the last five years, the Razorbacks have posted a 35-15 (.700) regular season record in the months of February and March.

• Arkansas has won 38 consecutive games when leading at halftime. During Mike Anderson era, the Razorbacks are 123-7 (.946) when leading at the break.

• Jaylen Barford and Daryl Macon are the only two players in the SEC to rank in the top 10 in points per game, three-point FG percentage and FG percentage.

• For the fifth consecutive season, Arkansas has finished higher than it was picked in the preseason poll. After being selected sixth in the SEC, the Razorbacks can finish no worse than T-4th.

• Tuesday against Auburn, Daryl Macon and Jaylen Barford became the 6th and 7th players in program history to score 1,000 career points in just two seasons.

A Win Would…

• Give Arkansas 10 SEC road wins during the last two years, the second-most in the league and only behind Florida with 11.

•  Give the Razorbacks three consecutive SEC road wins for the second time in 20 years. Both times have come under Anderson after winning three straight in 2014-15.

•  Send the Razorbacks to a No. 4 seed in the SEC Tournament, giving Arkansas a double bye for the second straight year and three times in four seasons.

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