MBB Preview: #15/16 Arkansas vs K-State at HOF Classic

#15/16 Arkansas Razorbacks vs Kansas State Wildcats

Who:Arkansas (3-0, 0-0 SEC) vs. Kansas State (2-0, 0-0 Big 12)
What:Game two on day one of the Hall of Fame Classic.
When:Monday – Nov. 22 – 8:00 pm (CT)
Where:Kansas City, Mo. – T-Mobile Center
TV/Watch Online:ESPNews ((Mark Neely and Mark Adams)Watch ESPN Online
Radio/Listen Online:Learfield Razorback Sports Network (Chuck Barrett and Matt Zimmerman)TuneIn.com
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Sirius/XM:Sirius: 158 || XM: 190 || Online Channel: 961Sirius/XM App
Live Stats:www.StatBroadcast.com
Game Notes:ARKANSAS NOTESKansas State Notes

FAYETTEVILLE – The 15th/16thh-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks hit the road for the first time in 2021-22 to face Kansas State in the Hall of Fame Classic on Monday (Nov. 22), played in Kansas City’s T-Mobile Center. Tipoff is set for 8:00 pm and the game will be broadcast on ESPNews.

Game one of the Hall of Fame Classic Monday features Cincinnati and Illinois at 5:30 pm CT on ESPNews.

  • Arkansas and Kansas State have met on 11 previous occasions and K-State owns an 8-3 advantage, even though the Razorbacks have won each of the last two meetings.
  • The schools have played twice in Kansas City – including the first-ever matchup in 1946 – and the Wildcats won both.
  • Arkansas is 6-6 all-time when playing in Kansas City.
    ^ 1-1 in the 1941 Final Four
    ^ 1-1 in the 1945 Final Four
    ^ 1-2 in the 1946 Big Six Tournament (including a 56-41 loss to K-State)
    ^ 1-1 in the 1948 NCAA Western Regional Sweet 16
    ^ 0-1, lost 47-46 in OT in 1980 vs K-State
    ^ 2-0 in the 1995 NCAA Midwest Regional to advance to the Final Four
  • JD Notae is the only Razorback to score in double-digits in all three games.
    ^ Notae ranks 2nd in the SEC (23rd NCAA) in scoring (21.7 ppg).
    ^ Notae leads the SEC and ranks 5th nationally in steals (3.67).
    ^ Notae ranks 4th in the SEC in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.67)
  • The Razorbacks are 2nd in the SEC (21st NCAA) in the fewest turnovers per game (9.7).
  • The Razorbacks are also 2nd in the SEC (12th NCAA) in assist-to-turnover ratio.
  • Jaylin Williams is the only player 6-10 or taller in the NCAA to average at least 5.0 assists per game. Williams ranks 4th in the SEC (35th in the NCAA) in assists per game (5.7).


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