September 21, 2014

Arkansas 90, Florida Gulf Coast 47

Rotnei Clarke scored 14 points, Jemal Farmer added 12 and Arkansas overwhelmed Florida Gulf Coast 90-47 Monday night.

Arkansas 75, Grambling State 52

Rotnei Clarke scored 20 points, connecting on five 3-pointers, as Arkansas opened its season with a 75-52 win over Grambling State on Thursday.

March Madness

Following six straight losses, including a one and done loss to Georgia in the SEC Tournament, the Razorback basketball weekend was anything but quiet.

RazorBits: Ratliffe To Visit, Hogs Go West

Here’s some RBN tidbits from around the web.

Arkansas 87, LSU 52

Starting guards Courtney Fortson and Rotnei Clarke combined for 33 points Wednesday night as Arkansas defeated LSU, 87-52.

Rotnei’s Record Pace

After one of the more dismal starts to an Arkansas basketball season in almost 40 years, there’s not been a whole lot to ‘hang your hat on’ these days. One of the exceptions is sophomore guard Rotnei Clarke.

Arkansas 66, Missouri State 62 (OT)

Rotnei Clarke drained a 3-pointer with 18 seconds left in overtime and then hit two free throws to seal Arkansas’ 66-62 victory over previously undefeated Missouri State on Tuesday night.

Arkansas 130, Alcorn State 68

Sophomore Rotnei Clarke scored a school record 51 points including a school and Southeastern Conference record 13 three-point baskets to lead the Arkansas Razorback men’s basketball team to a 130-68 win over Alcorn St. at Bud Walton Arena on Friday night.

Tip-Off Time ’09

How do you make season predictions for a Razorback team when you don’t even know who will be playing for them?

Arkansas 102, LeMoyne-Owen 69

Rotnei Clarke scored 21 points and was one of five Arkansas men’s basketball players in double figures on Thursday night in a 102-69 win over LeMoyne-Owen.