FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Arkansas men’s basketball team is looking to move to 4-1 in its last five SEC road games on Tuesday evening when the Razorbacks travel to College Station to take on Texas A&M at 6 p.m. in Reed Arena.
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 17
Tip-off: 6 p.m. CT
TV: SEC Network
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The #Fastest40 Facts
• The Razorbacks are 5-0 this season against teams from the state of Texas and hold a 37-36 edge against the Aggies all-time in College Station.
• Arkansas is one of four high-major teams in the country to score 70-plus points in 17 games this season. The Razorbacks last scored 70-plus in each of their first 17 games in 1994-95.
• The Razorbacks have road wins over 10 different SEC opponents in the last three-plus years, joining Florida (11) and Kentucky (13) as the only schools to accomplish the feat. Arkansas can mark another team off the list Tuesday in College Station.
• Arkansas is 5-3 in its last eight games away from Bud Walton Arena, including a 3-1 mark in its last four SEC road contests.
• Arkansas checks in at No. 41 in the daily NCAA RPI after Saturday’s victory over Missouri. The Razorbacks have a 4-3 record against the top 100 RPI and have seven wins against top 150 RPI teams. The SEC has 11 teams in the top 100.
• Arkansas has scored double-digit points off turnovers in all 17 games this season after turning 14 Missouri turnovers into 25 points on Saturday.
• Arkansas is the only program in the country with two players in the top 30 in the nation in free throw percentage as Dusty Hannahs is T-10th at .912 and Daryl Macon is 21st at .899.
• Macon and Hannahs have both made 25 consecutive free throws this year and hold two of the top four spots in the SEC for free throw percentage.
• Arkansas has recorded runs of at least 10-0 on 15 different occasions this year, including a season-high 21-0 run against Austin Peay on Dec. 3. The Razorbacks have multiple 10-0 runs in five games this year.
• The Razorbacks have held opponents scoreless for three-plus minutes 25 times this year, including at least once in 13 of 17 games this season. Arkansas held UT Arlington scoreless for a season-best 7:11 during the second half, going on a 15-0 run.
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