Ole Miss at Arkansas

When: 8:30 p.m., Bud Walton Arena (19,200)


Satellite Radio: XM 191. Sirius 113.

Series: Arkansas leads 42-30

Last year: Arkansas won 110-80 in Fayetteville.

Coaches: Ole Miss – Andy Kennedy (202-120, 10th year; 181-107 in ninth season at Ole Miss). Arkansas – Mike Anderson (272-140, 13th year; 72-42, fourth season at Arkansas).

Notes: Arkansas’ Portis leads the SEC in scoring, while Madden is second in assists. … Madden was an Ole Miss recruiting target in the Jarvis Summers class who very nearly chose the Rebels. … The percentage has slipped a bit, but Ole Miss continues to lead the nation in free throw shooting at 78.9 percent. … Ole Miss has not beaten a ranked opponent on the road since 2003. … Arkansas leads the SEC in scoring at 83.0 points per game but ranks last in scoring defense at 70.1 points per game.

Ole Miss (10-6, 1-2 SEC)

C – M.J. Rhett 6-9 Sr.. 6.6p 5.3r

F – Sebastian Saiz 6-9 So.. 7.3p 4.9r

G – LaDarius White 6-6 Sr. 12.1 p 3.2r

G – Stefan Moody 5-10 Jr. 14.8p 3.3r

G – Jarvis Summers 6-3 Sr. 14.3p 3.7a

Top Reserves: G Terence Smith, C Dwight Coleby, G Martavious Newby

Arkansas (13-3, 2-1 SEC)

F – Bobby Portis 6-11 So. 18.1p 7.8r

G Michael Qualls 6-6 Jr. 15.8p 5.3r

G – Rashad Madden 6-5 Sr. 9.5p 5.4a

F – Jacorey Williams 6-8 Jr. 6.9p 3.3a

G – Jabril Durham 6-1 Jr. 2.7p 1.3r

Top Reserves: G Anthlon Bell, G Anton Beard

Denham Springs, La., native, Mississippian since 1989 with a stop in Meridian before arriving in Tupelo. Daily Journal beat writer since 1996, covering Ole Miss since 2002. Proud Northeast Louisiana alum. Follow me on Twitter @parrishalford and listen to John Davis and myself daily with The Ole Miss Beat on Rebel Sports Radio.

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  • Swathi Krishna

    The self-fling into the endzone for the season long debilitation injury last season and now the passing kneeing in the back by the Ole Miss player. Both look like lightweight nothing hits. I hope he can toughen up for Missouri like Bo Wallace did in trying to play after his ankle was obviously violently twisted in his injury. I perhaps don’t know what all the facts are, maybe BA just has a bad back at 22? I am just not use to seeing game ending injuries multiple times on lightweight nothing looking stuff like that.

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