Another short turn-around for the Commodores as they face off against the 14-14 (7-6) Razorbacks of Arkansas less than 48 hours after narrowly beating Georgia 96-94 at Memorial. Seamus, as usual, has great insights on what transpired last night. Without reliving last night's panic attack, let us look ahead at what the Commodores, now 21-6 overall and 10-3 in the league, have in front of them, starting with Arkansas. Don't Let the .500 Record Fool YouWhile Arkansas has won as many games as they've lost this season, they are a better team than their record would indicate. The Razorbacks were without their best player, sophomore guard Courtney Forston, for the first half of their season. With the diminutive guard back on the floor, the Razorbacks are a much better team. Fortson is good for...

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