Arkansas Crushed By Tennessee in SEC Semifinals

Arkansas Crushed By Tennessee in SEC Semifinals

Florida scored the first 6 points and led the entire first half aside from when Barford tied the game at 10-10 on a 3-pointer with 15:35 to go. It wasn't just the number of points Barford scored that was so impressive, but rather when - and how - he scored them.

Arkansas had the biggest lead in the game with an advantage of 14 at one point. In the first, Barford had 28 points and five rebounds and the Razorbacks defeated the Volunteers 95-93.

The Arkansas Razorbacks look for another victory after beating Florida on Friday.

Chris Silva had 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead the No. 11 seed Gamecocks (17-16), who advanced to the second round with a win over MS on Wednesday night. Daryl Macon added 12 points for Arkansas, hitting 8 of 8 free throws, including two in the final minute that helped seal the win.

The win ends an eight-game losing streak to the Gators for the sixth-seeded Razorbacks (23-10), who are now 5-1 against ranked opponents this season and advance to face No. 13 Tennessee on Saturday.

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"This guy is capable of going off and going on runs by himself", Razorbacks coach Mike Anderson said. The Vols have won both matchups so far this year, so it should be a good matchup.

Keith Stone drained four 3-pointers and scored 22 points to pace the Gators (20-12), who figure to receive an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament on Sunday night. However, they were unable to overcome a 38.3-percent (23 of 60) effort from the field - similar to the 41.2 percent SC shot in a blowout loss at Arkansas on February 7.

Florida led for 18 minutes of the first half behind its balanced output and early barrage of 3-pointers - five in the game's first nine minutes - and jumped ahead by eight midway through the half.

Arkansas: Sophomore Adrio Bailey started at power forward on Thursday night for Arkansas in place of Dustin Thomas, who was kicked off the team earlier this week for violating team rules.

"We've struggled shooting layups all year", White said, "and I guarantee you we practice shooting layups more than any team in the country".

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