September 18, 2014

Florida 84, Arkansas 82 (OT)

ESPN.com: No. 10 Florida ends Arkansas’ home win streak in OT

Dorian Finney-Smith scored a career-high 22 points as No. 10 Florida overcame the absence of leading scorer Casey Prather to snap Arkansas’ 23-game home winning streak with an 84-82 overtime win on Saturday.

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  • JimDoggg

    17 seconds left. 2 point lead and having an inbounds pass. So what was a 57% free throw shooter doing in the game? Gators played it perfectly, covered the shooters funneling the ball to the poor free throw shooter. Billy Donovan is probably thinking, is Anderson this dumb? Mike owes the team an apology for this one. They played hard enough to win even though they seemed perplexed by Florida’s defenses especially the 1-3-1. Hogs didn’t looked prepared for it.

  • GolfHog

    There is talent on this team. They will come together sooner or later.

  • atxhog

    Two days has passed and only two comments on this game. This to me is
    just another example of the sad state Razorbacks sports has fallen
    into.

    We had every opportunity to win that game, and just couldn’t get it
    done. JimDoggg, if you’re referring to Harris being fouled at the end
    of regulation, he is a 67% FT shooter, not 57%. According to team
    stats, he’s one of the better guys we have amongst the regulars, so I
    think you can lay off CMA a little bit for having him in the game. In
    hindsight, though, Harris did blow the open jumper and critical FTs at
    the end of regulation, turned the ball over immediately to start OT, and
    made the bone-headed decision of not getting the ball to a
    ball-handler/shooter at the end of OT, so maybe you’re right after all.

    I really want to just stop watching this team for at least few weeks so I
    won’t get upset about a stupid basketball game, but I’m sure I’ll keep
    watching. Glutton for punishment I guess. With UK coming up tomorrow
    night, then two road games after that, we’re staring an 0-5 start to the
    conference season right in the face. If that comes to pass, and I’ll
    be surprised if it doesn’t, we’ll be lucky to even make the NIT.