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@RazorbackMBB Comes Up Short Against Missouri

01/28/2014
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A 9-0 Missouri run inside of two minutes broke a 64-64 tie and resulted in a 75-71 loss for the Arkansas men’s basketball team on Wednesday night at Bud Walton Arena.  

Arkansas trailed by as many as 10, 56-46, in the second half, but fought back to tie the game two different times with the final one coming with 1:59 to play. Junior Rashad Madden’s (@RKMadden00) old-fashioned equaled the score at 64-64 and gave Arkansas’ leading scorer his second straight 20-point effort. 

With the game tied at 64-64, Missouri responded with a three-pointer by Earnest Ross on the very next possession off of one of its 16 offensive rebounds. The Tigers preceded to get three straight stops on the defensive end while coming away with points on five straight possessions during the game-clinching 9-0 spurt. 

Ross’s three-pointer was part of his 24-point night, while junior Jordan Clarkson equaled the senior’s outing with 24 points of his own. Ross and Clarkson were both 8-for-8 at the free throw line on the night, while Missouri (16-4, 4-3) made all 16 of its attempts at the charity stripe in the second half. 

Madden’s 20 points featured 4-of-8 shooting from three-point land, as Arkansas fell to 13-7 overall and 2-5 in the SEC. Sophomore Michael Qualls (@Mr_WalkOnAir) and freshman Bobby Portis (@BPortisTime) joined Madden in double figures with 16 points each.

Worthy Of A Hog Call (#WPS)
Following a three-pointer by Madden from the snout of the Razorback at halfcourt that tied the game at 41-41, Arkansas came away with a steal on the very next possession that resulted in senior Coty Clarke (@CTC_4) throwing a perfect lob to a streak Qualls for the dunk. Qualls’s 22nd dunk of the year brought the crowd of 14,102 fans at Bud Walton Arena to their feet and gave the Razorbacks their first lead of the second half at 43-41 (15:37).

Key To The Contest
Despite committing an uncharacteristic 19 turnovers, Missouri was able to overcome all the miscues by owning a 42-26 edge on the glass, including 16 offensive rebounds that led to 15 second chance points. Ross’ three-pointer with 1:08 to play and the score tied off an offensive rebound which he grabbed and got back off an assist from Clarkson. 

Quick Hits 
350th game at Bud Walton Arena where Arkansas is 282-68 all-time.
Arkansas is now 6-1 all-time vs. Missouri at Bud Walton Arena.
First time Arkansas has trailed at the half since it hosted Missouri last season (14 games).
Arkansas made a season-high 12 three-pointers.
Marked the first time since Jan. 13, 2002, that Arkansas has had more three-pointers (12) than
two-point field goals (11) via @HogStats.
Madden has a team-high four 20-point outings, including three in SEC action.
Madden has reached double figures in 15 of the last 17 games.
Madden has 32 points in the second half over the last two games.
Qualls is tied for with Madden with 15 double figure performances.
Qualls equaled a career-high with four three-pointers.
Portis scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half.
Portis has now led the team in rebounding nine times, including four of the last five games.
Portis corralled four offensive rebounds and now has a team-high 50 on the season.
Redshirt senior Fred Gulley III (@FG_3_) passed out a career-high six assists.

#Fastest40 Facts 
Missouri entered averaging 9.5 turnovers over its last four games and committed 19, which is its
most in SEC play.
Won the turnover battle (19-12) for the 23rd time in the last 24 contests, including 19 of 20 this
season.  
Scored 20+ points (23) off turnovers for the 12th time.
Came away with double figure steals for the sixth time in the last 10 games and the 30th time
under coach Anderson.
Arkansas has won the turnover battle in 72 of 84 games under Anderson, while Anderson-led teams
have won the turnover battle in 324 of his 382 career games.

@RazorbackMBB Postgame Tweetables (140 Characters Or Less)
Junior @RKMadden00 scored 20 points for the second straight game and the fourth time this
season. He is now averaging 17.7 ppg in the @SEC
.@Mr_WalkOnAir alley-oop from @CTC_4 might be good enough for a fifth appearance on the
#SCtop10 for Qualls #WPS

Social Media Recap  
Did you get in on the in-game conversation through Twitter at @RazorbackMBB during tonight’s showdown against Missouri? Checkout the social media recap from tonight’s game and join in next time by mentioning @RazorbackMBB or utilizing the hashtag #Fastest40. Join the 18,000+ by following @RazorbackMBB on Twitter and don’t forget about Facebook (/RazorbackMBB) and Instagram (@RazorbackMBB). 

Check out this week's edition of The #Fastest140 Characters here!

Up Next
@RazorbackMBB will open the month of February on the road, as it heads to Baton Rouge, La. to face LSU (13-6, 4-3) on Saturday, Feb. 1.  Tip is slated for 4 p.m. on ESPNU.


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