FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Joseph Pinion lit No. The fire was lit by Joseph Pinion, and Ricky Council maintained it.
The Razorbacks defeated No. 20-21 Missouri in front of a packed Bud Walton Arena. The Razorbacks hit free throws towards the end and won by a score of.
For Hog lovers, this is one to keep.
Pinion scored 13 points, but the offense was still going. Then the Council, a veteran, took control and finished with 25, including free throws in the final stretch as the Hogs held on.
Halftime was a bit slow with some people glancing in their chairs, but no one left early. The team was finally waking up, they saw.
Eric Musselman, Hogs’ coach, had stated before the match that the Tigers were an excellent shooting team. However, it was evident that the players didn’t believe him or needed a wakeup call.
This happened after halftime. The Tigers lead, 34 to 27, after the Hogs started playing defense but couldn’t get their offense moving until the second.
With 14:23, the Razorbacks had a lead that allowed them to make their comeback and they didn’t look back.
Pinion was able to get up on the ground or Arkansas could be in serious trouble.
Halftime: Missouri trailed the Razorbacks 34 to 27, at halftime. Pinion was brought off the bench halfway through, and now has seven points in eleven minutes.
This is a simple statement: The Hogs struggle offensively to put the ball in their basket.
Since the early game tie, the Hogs have not led.
Arkansas will not be able to get the ball into the basket. This is going to make it a very long game.
Missouri was the first to go gunning, and it has not stopped.
Neither No. Neither the No. The 20-21 Tigers can pull off a lot.
Just before the media timeout, at 15:46, Missouri had a 10-point lead.
For a while, the Razorbacks were stuck at that score. They haven’t scored since Makhi Mitchell’s 17:51 on a dunk.
The Tigers shoot at 60% from the field, and have had rebounding chances. They have drawn fouls ((4)) and worked the ball inwardly a lot.
They will need to move at a rapid pace, however.
With 11:47 remaining, the media timeout was over. Arkansas has not changed as the Tigers have increased their points by 16-8.
The house is full. It was a full house.
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