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The Daily Call – Feb. 19, 2014

The Daily Call – Feb. 19, 2014

South Carolina at Arkansas, Men’s Basketball Game, 8 p.m. CT 1. The game will be shown live in its entirety on Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS). CSS is available on Comcast Cable in Little Rock on channel 23 and 1671. 2. The game will be shown live in its entirety on ESPN3. 3. Due to a programming conflict, Cox Sports Television (CST) will join the game in progress following a previously scheduled baseball game. CST is available on channels 119 and 2119 on Cox Cable in Northwest Arkansas. 4. Fans with satellite providers or AT&T U-Verse should check their local listings for CSS (Comcast Sports Southeast) in their areas

The game is also available on radio via RazorVision or on Sirius (channel 108) or XM (channel 199

Today we are going to have a fan vote for the favorite slam from Michael Qualls and we will release the results on Thursday on the @RazorbackMBB Twitter account. To vote, send an email with your favorite dunk to the email address at the bottom of the page.

Here is a look back at some of the best dunks from the first half of the season.

And of course, the Kentucky game-winner…

@RazorbackMBB hosts South Carolina Tonight With wins in three of its last four games, Arkansas will look to keep the momentum going tonight when it hosts South Carolina at 8 p.m. on Comcast Sports Southeast. The Razorbacks are 3-1 over their last four games with their lone loss being a one-point defeat at Missouri. Arkansas has played four games decided by two points or less in SEC play, the most since the 2004-05 season. A win would give the Razorbacks four wins in a five-game span in February for the second straight year under head coach MIKE ANDERSON.

#DunkTank total at 76 thru 25 games … Qualls-25, Portis-17, Harris-10, Clarke-9, Williams-6, Kingsley-4, Madden-3 & Scott-2

– Razorback Basketball (@RazorbackMBB) February 18, 2014

Arkansas’ current 71.5 percent clip from the free throw line is the highest since 1991-92 and 3rd in the SEC. #Fastest40

– Razorback Basketball (@RazorbackMBB) February 18, 2014

Arkansas is 4th nationaly in assist/turnover ratio (+5.9). Just 2 SEC teams have had a positive assist/turnover ratio v. the Hogs #Fastest40

– Razorback Basketball (@RazorbackMBB) February 18, 2014

@RazorbackSwim Bests School Record Day One At SEC Championships The Arkansas swimming and diving team began championship season yesterday. Arkansas’ performance included a school-record time in the 800-yard freestyle relay. The relay team of Anna Mayfield (San Antonio, Texas), Rachel Stoehr (Lake Forest, Ill.), Lauren Jordan (Carmel, Ind.), and Nicole Menzel (Hilton Head, S.C.) set a new program record in the 800 freestyle relay with a time of 7:08.61. The time cut 2.26 seconds off the previous record and earned the Razorbacks fifth place overall. Arkansas finished day one in ninth-place after the first finals session with a total of 108 points. The team returns to action tomorrow morning with competitors in four events. The 500 freestyle is scheduled to feature Mayfield, Menzel, Stoehr, Jordan, freshman Leia Bates (San Antonio, Texas), senior Julia Kucherich (York, Pa.), and freshman Aiden Lister (Toowoomba, Australia). The 200 individual medley slates White, junior Julia Banach (Eilat, Isreal), sophomores Maddie Monroe (Godfrey, Ill.) and Erika McGovern (Tulsa, Okla.), and freshmen Mary Margaret Soderberg (San Antonio, Texas), Sarah Easterling (Cumberland, Maine) and Anna Williams (Naperville, Ill.). The 50 freestyle participants include White, Drolc, Monroe, Daniels, Soderberg and senior Shelby Cox (Little Rock, Ark.). The evening will end with the 200 freestyle relay. For the full release, including results and how to follow along with the team, click here

Want to win tickets to this weekend’s @RazorbackBSB series? Email arkmr@uark.eduwith your name and why you’d like to attend the games for a chance to win two tickets to Arkansas’ three-game series against Eastern Illinois on Friday, Saturday and Sunday! A winner will be notified Thursday.

Choose @RazorbackFB Seats Online Razorback Athletics and the Razorback Foundation have partnered with Ballena Technologies to allow season ticket holders the opportunity to choose their seats through an online virtual venue. All season ticket holders will be given an opportunity to request an appointment to log in and access virtual maps of both Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium and War Memorial Stadium. The virtual maps will show all open seating inventories for the 2014 season. Once logged in to the system, at the assigned appointment time, fans will be able to: · Add additional season tickets to their order · Move and/or upgrade existing seats to a different available location of their choosing · Select seats for newly purchased season tickets For more information on the program or ordering season tickets, click here

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