Posted November 06, 2011 on
Dennis Johnson's 252 all-purpose yards and a strong effort by the Arkansas defense lead the No. 7 Razorbacks to a 44-28 Homecoming win over No. 9 South Carolina Saturday night before 73,804 fans at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
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Mardracus Wade has 20 points and Rashad Madden 18 to lead Arkansas over Texas A&M-Commerce 97-80 Friday night in an exhibition game before 6,500 fans at Bud Walton Arena.
Sophomore Mardracus Wade scored 20 points and the University of Arkansas men's basketball team wore down Texas A&M-Commerce on Friday night, winning 97-80 in its first exhibition game of the season at Bud Walton Arena.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Arkansas still knows how to finish in the second half.
The No. 8 Razorbacks finally put a solid first-half effort ahead of that on Saturday night.
Tyler Wilson threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns to Jarius Wright, and Dennis Johnson added a 98-yard kickoff return as Arkansas pulled away late for a 44-28 win over No. 10 South Carolina.