Hogs Hammer Ole Miss In Home Finale

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There was no doubt if Arkansas would come out ready to play for the home finale against Ole Miss.

The Razorbacks built a 22-point halftime lead, and led by more than 40 in the second half, and coasted a 110-80 win at Bud Walton Arena.

The last time Arkansas broke the century mark in SEC play was the 1999 season as the Razorbacks upset then No. 2 Auburn.

Arkansas was on fire in the first half and finished hitting 17 3-pointers with most of the damage coming from the Razorbacks bench. The Hogs’ reserves were 10-of-19, including a 7-of-10 effort from Anthlon Bell.

Mardracus Wade hit five 3-pointers and finished with 18 points. Arkansas had five players finish in double figures.

Ole Miss was paced by Marshall Henderson with 15 points on just 6-of-15 shooting.

Arkansas has now won six straight games and eight of their last nine. The Razorbacks close the regular season at Alabama on Saturday.


  • Tim Goff

    Glad to see the Hogs playing so well at this time of the year, but where has this kind of performance from Bell and Wade been. They should do this on a consistant basis, maybe they will. I’m glad they’re shooting so well from the free throw line as well, that will win games too.

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