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Game Preview: @RazorbackMBB Hosts UGA In Sold Out BWA

02/28/2014
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@RAZORBACKMBB (19-9, 8-7) vs. Georgia (16-11, 10-5)
Date: Saturday, March 1, 2014
Time: 3:00 P.M.
City: Fayetteville, Ark.
Site: Bud Walton Arena (19,200)
TV: SEC TV
Online Video: ESPN3 & WatchESPN
Talent: Dave Baker (P-B-P) & Joe Dean Jr. (Analyst)
Audio: Razorback/IMG Sports Network
Talent: Chuck Barrett (P-B-P) & Rick Schaeffer (Analyst)
Satellite Radio: Sirius 134, XM 201
Live Stats: www.ArkansasRazorbacks.com
Twitter: @RazorbackMBB | #Fastest40 | #WeHOGS
Last 5 Games: 4-1 | Streak: W4
Home Record: 14-2 | Streak: W3
At Home Under Coach Anderson: 48-6
Vs. Georgia: 17-14 | Streak: L1
At Bud Walton Arena: 8-3 | Streak: W1
Last Meeting: Georgia, 66-61 (OT) • Jan. 18, 2014

AT A GLANCE
Less than 48 hours removed from its second overtime win against Kentucky, Arkansas will look to extend its four-game win streak on Saturday when it hosts Georgia. Arkansas’ four-game win streak is part of six wins over its last seven games, which is the same seven-game run Georgia enters on. The Bulldogs holds a two-game lead for third place in the SEC standings over a quartet of teams that includes the Razorbacks. Arkansas’ four-game SEC win streak is its longest since 2010, while it will be searching for its fourth consecutive 15-win season at home.

@RazorbackMBB FAST BREAK FACTS
One of four teams tied for fourth in the SEC standings at 8-7.
Won six of last seven and riding first four-game SEC win streak since 2010.
Hasn’t trailed by more than three points for a total of 32 seconds during current four-game win 
streak (165 minutes).
Finished the month of February with a 6-2 record, good for the program’s most wins in February
since 2001.
Eight of its 15 SEC games have been decided by five points or less, including four games decided
by two points or less, the most since the 2004-05 season.
Five of seven SEC losses have come by a combined 19 points.
One of three Division I programs and the only BCS team to rank in the top 30 nationally in scoring
(80.1/20th), assists (15.4/30th), steals (8.7/10th) and blocks (5.6/27th).
Lead the SEC and rank 20th in the nation in scoring (80.1) with no players in the top 20 in the SEC
in scoring.
The 80.1 points per game is the most since 1997-98.
Only team in the SEC to score 100 points three times, which is the same total produced the
previous seven years combined.
10 different players have reached double figures while six players have led the team in scoring.
Appeared on the #SCtop10 eight times, including seven via dunks from sophomore MICHAEL
QUALLS.
The Arkansas bench is averaging 32.3 points, has supplied a double figure scorer in 22 games and
has out-scored the opposition 23 times resulting in a +13.6 per game margin.
Also lead the SEC in assists (15.4), assist/turnover ratio (1.3) and turnover margin (+5.5), a figure
it has led the league in both years under coach Anderson.
Turnover margin of +5.5 ranks sixth in the nation.
583 points off turnovers, good for 26 percent of its scoring.
Won the turnover battle by double-digits five times and have scored 20+ points off turnovers in 15
games.
Finished with a positive assist/turnover ratio in 23 games, while opponents have accomplished the
feat four times, including just two in SEC action.
Won the turnover battle in 30 of last 32 games dating back to last year and 79 of 92 games under
coach Anderson.
Own a 5-0 record when passing out 20+ assists while coach Anderson is 80-1 all-time when his
teams accomplish the feat.
Hit a three-pointer in 832 consecutive games, good for the sixth-longest streak in the nation.
Forced opponents into 20 turnovers 20 times (19-1), including six times (6-0) this season, under
Anderson, while coming away with 10+ steals in 32 contests (25-8). 
Anderson’s #Fastest40 style of play has resulted in his teams winning the turnover battle in 330 of
389 career games.

A MONTH TO REMEMBER
Arkansas enjoyed its most successful February since the NOLAN RICHARDSON era with a 6-2 record. The Razorbacks started the month with a 2-5 SEC mark and finished with an 8-7 record to jump from 12th into a tie for fourth. Below are highlights from the month.
Six SEC wins were the second-most in the league.
Snapped a nine-game losing streak vs. Kentucky at Rupp Arena.
Put an end to a 12-game road skid at Mississippi State.
Won three SEC road games which is the most since 2005-06 and the most in the month of February
since the 1994-95 club won four in a row.
Previous three SEC road wins came over a span of 23 games.
Won two straight road games for the first time since 2010 and three of four for the first time since
1998.
BOBBY PORTIS set an Arkansas freshman record with 35 points in a win over Alabama.
Head coach MIKE ANDERSON became the first coach in Arkansas history to win 18 games in each
of his first three seasons.
Out-scored every opponent in bench points for a 212-112 margin.

HEAD COACHING MATCHUP
Arkansas 
Head Coach: Mike Anderson (Tulsa ‘82)
Record at Arkansas: 56-36 (3rd Season)
Overall Record: 256-134 (12th Season)
Vs. Georgia: 3-2

Georgia
Head Coach: Mark Fox (Eastern New Mexico ‘91)
Record at Georgia: 81-74 (5th Season)
Overall Record: 204-117 (10th Season)
Vs. Arkansas: 5-2

STARTING 5 QUICK 5 HITS
Team-best 14.6 points in league play to rank 16th in the SEC.
Reached double figures 20 times vs. 12 total in first two years.
Scored 20+ points in four SEC contests.
Has led the team in scoring eight SEC games.
Team-high 40 threes after 24 combined his first two years.
Scored a career-high 12 points on 3-of-4 from three at Georgia.
No turnovers in 10 of the last 14 games.
Has a positive or equal assist/turnover ratio in all but two games.
Committed no turnovers in 17 games.
Started the last 17 games.
Hit game-winning shots vs. Kentucky and at Vanderbilt.
Reached double figures last six games, a career SEC-best.
Averaging 14.8 points on 15-of-31 from three the last five games.
Team leader with 21 double figure outings & 29 dunks.
Landed on SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays seven times this season.
#04 Coty Clarke (F)
Scored seven of Arkansas’ 11 points in overtime at Kentucky.
Averaging 11.2 points, 8.0 rebounds & 3.2 assists last six games.
Has team-bests for boards (14), assists (7) & steals (5) in a game.
Led the team on the boards 11 times, including eight in SEC play.
Has scored a season-high 16 points three times, all in SEC play.
#10 Bobby Portis (F)
Three-time SEC Freshman of the Week - Dec. 9, Jan. 6 & Feb. 10.
Team leader in scoring (12.9) and rebounding (6.6).
Vying to become first freshman to lead Arkansas in pts & reb.
Scored an Arkansas freshman record 35 points vs. Alabama.
Only Razorback to start all 28 games.

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