FAYETTEVILLE - On the strength of shooting 62 percent from the floor, the University of Arkansas basketball team reached the century mark for the 35th time in Bud Walton Arena history with a 111-65 victory over Southeastern Louisiana.
In his first career start, senior Kikko Haydar came out blazing, knocking down 3-5 three pointers for nine points, adding three rebounds and two assists early in the first half.
“We started a different group this time, Kikko Haydar which is an energy guy. Rashad Madden. Those are the guys we’re going to need, so we gave them an opportunity to put some other guys out there and respond, and I thought they responded in a positive way.”
Four Razorbacks finished in double figures in a game where the entire bench was able to score, combining for 63 points, the second time the bench has provided over 60 this season.
The #Fastest40 style of play kept the Lions out of sorts, with the Razorbacks capitalizing with 41 points on 21 turnovers.