FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – As the Southeastern Conference race heats up, fans continue to scoop up tickets for the remaining home games, as fewer than 300 tickets remain for Saturday’s contest against Missouri and the Oklahoma State game on Jan. 27 is officially sold out.
The Oklahoma State game for the Big 12/SEC Challenge marks the fourth sellout of the year and the second in the last three days after Texas A&M officially sold out on Monday afternoon. Arkansas was also at capacity for the SEC opener against Tennessee and packed Verizon Arena in North Little Rock prior to the holiday break.
Arkansas opens a two-game homestand this evening and only upper-level tickets remain for the matchup with LSU, as the Razorbacks look to win their fourth straight game against the Tigers in the all-time series. Saturday’s showdown against Missouri is nearing a sellout and only select upper-level tickets remain.
Arkansas is unbeaten in Bud Walton Arena this year at 8-0, and have one of the top-five best home court advantages in the nation according to KenPom metrics. The Razorbacks have a +181 scoring margin at home, including a 22.6 average margin of victory.
The Razorbacks return home with a top-20 RPI and top-15 strength of schedule looking to jump back into the win column in what is one of the toughest conferences in college basketball this season. Entering the week, the Southeastern Conference led the country with 11 top-70 RPI teams, including a nation-best nine teams with top-50 strength of schedules.
Single-game tickets for the 2017-18 season are available now at the Razorback Ticket Center by calling at 1-800-982-HOGS (4647) and online by clicking here.
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