88-67 and the game wasn't as close as the score indicated. We led by 30 for much of the 2nd half. This should give us some confidence going into our last 3 games, two of which are on the road. Arkansas is not as bad as we made them look or their record indicates. They won some big non conference games, but their only SEC win was against us. However, they have lost several close games at the buzzer. The only negative from the night was Demetrius Jemison turning his ankle. Hopefully it is not too bad. Alonzo Gee was the SEC player of the week last week, and he is well on his way to winning it in back to back weeks with his performance tonight. Greg Cage even got in the game and scored a basket. Obviously, we aren't going to shoot better than 50% from 3 point range every night, but let's hope this is a sign of things to come.
Up next, we go to Oxford, MS seeking our first road win against the Ole Miss Rebels Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. Central time. The game will be broadcast on Raycom television, so at least I'll actually get to watch it.