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@RazorbackMBB Falls To No.10/11 Florida In OT

01/11/2014
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Despite a career-high 23 points from junior Rashad Madden and a double-double by senior Coty Clarke, the Arkansas men’s basketball team suffered a heartbreaking 84-82 loss in overtime against No. 10/11 Florida at Bud Walton Arena on Saturday afternoon in front of a crowd of 18,040 fans. 

The Razorbacks led by seven, 64-57, with just under five minutes to play in regulation, but the Gators closed on a 9-2 run, highlighted by Scottie Wilbekin’s contested-runner with two seconds left, to force overtime. Florida built an eight-point lead, 77-69, with 1:16 to play in the extra frame, but Arkansas rallied back to cut it to a one-possession deficit with the ball, but couldn’t come up with the game-tying three. 

Florida (13-2, 2-0) is the first team since Feb. 28, 2012, to win at Bud Walton Arena, snapping the Razorbacks’ (11-4, 0-2) 23-game home win streak that included nine in a row against SEC foes. 

Keys To The Contest
In overtime, Florida knocked down 10-of-14 from the free throw line, including 6-of-8 by Wilbekin, and held Arkansas scoreless on six of its first seven possessions to build its largest lead of the game. The Gators finished the game 25-of-34 from the charity stripe compared to an 18-of-27 performance by the Razorbacks.

Led by Wilbekin’s 18 point points, which featured nine in overtime, the Florida bench out-scored Arkansas 32-18. It marked just the third time this season (1-2) that the Razorbacks have been out-scored off the pine. 

Quick Hits 
Arkansas trailed for just 2:59 in regulation and 4:08 in overtime.
Arkansas’ 82 points are the most against the Gators this season, as Florida entered eighth in the
nation in scoring defense (58.7).
The Razorbacks corralled a season-high 20 offensive rebounds, led by six from Clark.
First time Arkansas has lost this season when five players reach double figures (5-1).
First time this season Arkansas has lost back-to-back games.
Arkansas’ 20 offensive rebounds are the most given up by Florida this season and just two shy of
the combined total of Florida’s previous three opponents.
Arkansas has finished with a positive or equal assist/turnover ratio in 14 of 15 games.
First Arkansas loss when leading at the half (10-1), as it took a 36-35 lead into the break.
Madden scored 18 of his 23 points in the second half and overtime, hitting a career-high five three
pointers.
Madden has reached double figures in 10 of the last 12 games and has led Arkansas in scoring both
SEC games.
Madden had seven threes all of 2012-13 and has seven three-pointers in the last two games.
Clarke’s season-high 16 points and career-high 14 rebounds were good for his second career
double-double.
Clarke scored 13 of his 16 points in the first half.
Clarke entered with three trifectas on the season and hit three in the first half.
Clarke is averaging 17 points and 10.5 rebounds his last two games vs. Florida.
Freshman Bobby Portis reached double figures for the 11th time this season with 14 points and
seven boards.

Coach Anderson Postgame Sound
"That was a great ballgame. We played in front of great fans and we felt like we let them down a little bit. It wasn't from a lack of effort though. We had our opportunities, whether it be at the free throw line, getting turnovers or key stops. It's a team learning how to win against very good basketball teams and Florida is a very good basketball team."

#Fastest40 Facts
The Razorbacks won the turnover battle for the 14th time this season, forcing Florida into a season
high 17 turnovers.
Arkansas has 20+ points off turnovers four times this year.
Coach Anderson-led teams have won the turnover battle in 319 of 377 games, including 67 of 79 at Arkansas.

@RazorbackMBB Postgame Tweetables (140 Characters Or Less)
.@RazorbackMBB is still the only @SEC team to be held below 70 points once this season and leads
the league at 84.5 ppg #Fastest40
Behind 18 points in the 2nd half & OT, @rkmadden00 finished with 23 points and has hit the 20
point mark twice this season #Fastest40
With a career-high 14 rebounds vs. Florida, @CTC_4 has back-to-back double figure rebound efforts
to start @SEC play. #Fastest40
#WearWhite to Tuesday’s @RazorbackMBB showdown with Kentucky on ESPN to White Out Bud
Walton Area #Fastest40 #WeHOGS

Social Media Recap  
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Up Next
Arkansas will return to Bud Walton Arena on Tuesday night to host No. 14 Kentucky. The game is the second part of ESPN’s Super Tuesday and will tip at 8 p.m. Fans are encouraged to #WearWhite to white out Bud Walton Arena, while the first 3,000 students will receive white rally towels sponsored by Hill Place Apartments. 


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