#2 Florida @ Arkansas
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Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#1 Feb 5, 2013
Final Score;

Arkansas - 80

#2 Florida - 69

That's a big win for the Hogs.
Black

Fayetteville, AR

#3 Feb 5, 2013
GUEST wrote:
<quoted text>Who cares?It was a fluke.
Scoreboard.
ROLLTIDE

Jonesboro, AR

#4 Feb 5, 2013
Unfortunately, the Hogs can't play all of their games at home. Road record the past 10 years, 12-68. They won't be making the NCAA tourney anytime soon. I guess you can hope for an NIT bid and a home game.

Since: Jan 13

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#5 Feb 5, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
Final Score;
Arkansas - 80
#2 Florida - 69
That's a big win for the Hogs.
its Great News i am a hogs fan too but bad Losses to S Car Bama and Ole Miss will Keep them out of a At Large Spot They need to run the Table and win The SEC Tourment just to get better than a 6 seed

Since: Jan 13

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#6 Feb 5, 2013
The SEC is Awful At Basketball they will only get 4 or 5 teams in
hog32

Paragould, AR

#7 Feb 5, 2013
GUEST wrote:
<quoted text>Who cares?It was a fluke.
Still counts as a w, and the answer to your question is you. Simply because you took the make a post about it. Hater
guest482

State University, AR

#8 Feb 5, 2013
Give credit where credit is due. I'm a Red Wolf fan, don't support the Hogs at all. But it still was a GREAT win.
Black

Fayetteville, AR

#9 Feb 5, 2013
ROLLTIDE wrote:
Unfortunately, the Hogs can't play all of their games at home. Road record the past 10 years, 12-68. They won't be making the NCAA tourney anytime soon. I guess you can hope for an NIT bid and a home game.
Yeah, we'll get the road monkey off our back at some point. Definitely a missed opportunity in Tuscaloosa last week.

Now, do your part and quit embarrassing the conference by losing to Mercer and Tulane at home.

Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#10 Feb 6, 2013
I find it necessary to remind all that Mike Anderson is rebuilding a system at Arkansas.

It is evident that these players are "getting" it, but they still aren't the choice players for the system.

No true Razorback fan with basketball savvy overexpects his season. It took Nolan Richardson over a decade to fine tune his defense first basketball theology to a point that it worked on the floor.

Mike already knows the system, he doesn't have to build it, just teach it. That will take years off the rebuilding of this program.

I think that for the most part all during this season the Hogs have shown improvement towards the understanding of how this all works.

If we make the tourney, fine. Nobody expects a Final Four team this year, even tho they handily beat the team that ESPN had already deemed to be one of those 4.

At this point, Mike Anderson's team must protect the home court, then with wins like last nightm their confidence will grow, they will win a few road games, and they will pick up some swagger.

The very best coaching advice Nolan Richardson ever got while at Arkansas came from Larry Johnson, power forward UNLV in 1991-92 --- Larry's Rebels arrived in Fayetteville ranked #1 to face the #2 Razorbacks.

After dunking on Todd Day, Larry Johnson jogged by the Hog bench and told Nolan, You got boys, you better go get some men".

Nolan did, he went and got some men and won the 94 National Championship.

Mike Anderson needs some "men" in the paint, and he knows it.

They'll be here next year.
guest

United States

#11 Feb 6, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
I find it necessary to remind all that Mike Anderson is rebuilding a system at Arkansas.
It is evident that these players are "getting" it, but they still aren't the choice players for the system.
No true Razorback fan with basketball savvy overexpects his season. It took Nolan Richardson over a decade to fine tune his defense first basketball theology to a point that it worked on the floor.
Mike already knows the system, he doesn't have to build it, just teach it. That will take years off the rebuilding of this program.
I think that for the most part all during this season the Hogs have shown improvement towards the understanding of how this all works.
If we make the tourney, fine. Nobody expects a Final Four team this year, even tho they handily beat the team that ESPN had already deemed to be one of those 4.
At this point, Mike Anderson's team must protect the home court, then with wins like last nightm their confidence will grow, they will win a few road games, and they will pick up some swagger.
The very best coaching advice Nolan Richardson ever got while at Arkansas came from Larry Johnson, power forward UNLV in 1991-92 --- Larry's Rebels arrived in Fayetteville ranked #1 to face the #2 Razorbacks.
After dunking on Todd Day, Larry Johnson jogged by the Hog bench and told Nolan, You got boys, you better go get some men".
Nolan did, he went and got some men and won the 94 National Championship.
Mike Anderson needs some "men" in the paint, and he knows it.
They'll be here next year.
Boy its too bad you can't talk civil. I've been following hogball since 1973. Sure has been fun, even in the down years. I think the biggest key to last nights win was pure shooting. Nothing else was much different, and poor shooting has been our achilles heel since Stan Heath, as well as Nolans last two teams having shooting problems. Good shooting neutralizes a lot of other smaller troubles.

Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#12 Feb 6, 2013
I talk civil enough to have kept my registered account from intact for over 2 years and 16K posts.

How's that for following terms of use?
guest1

United States

#13 Feb 6, 2013
great things happen when you shoot 78% from the floor. ( first half.)
guest

Andrews, TX

#14 Feb 6, 2013
guest1 wrote:
great things happen when you shoot 78% from the floor.( first half.)
That's the key.
Wow

United States

#15 Feb 6, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
I find it necessary to remind all that Mike Anderson is rebuilding a system at Arkansas.
It is evident that these players are "getting" it, but they still aren't the choice players for the system.
No true Razorback fan with basketball savvy overexpects his season. It took Nolan Richardson over a decade to fine tune his defense first basketball theology to a point that it worked on the floor.
Mike already knows the system, he doesn't have to build it, just teach it. That will take years off the rebuilding of this program.
I think that for the most part all during this season the Hogs have shown improvement towards the understanding of how this all works.
If we make the tourney, fine. Nobody expects a Final Four team this year, even tho they handily beat the team that ESPN had already deemed to be one of those 4.
At this point, Mike Anderson's team must protect the home court, then with wins like last nightm their confidence will grow, they will win a few road games, and they will pick up some swagger.
The very best coaching advice Nolan Richardson ever got while at Arkansas came from Larry Johnson, power forward UNLV in 1991-92 --- Larry's Rebels arrived in Fayetteville ranked #1 to face the #2 Razorbacks.
After dunking on Todd Day, Larry Johnson jogged by the Hog bench and told Nolan, You got boys, you better go
get some men".
.
Nolan did, he went and got some men and won the 94 National Championship.
Mike Anderson needs some "men" in the paint, and he knows it.
They'll be here next year.
I usually disagree with everything cathouse says. I agree with this though.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16 Feb 6, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
I talk civil enough to have kept my registered account from intact for over 2 years and 16K posts.
How's that for following terms of use?
LOL - dissembling again Razorback Jack?
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#17 Feb 6, 2013
Poor old Pelphrey is probably wishing he had never heard of Arkansas at this point. They only win the big game is AGAINST him.
ROLLTIDE

Jonesboro, AR

#18 Feb 6, 2013
guest wrote:
Poor old Pelphrey is probably wishing he had never heard of Arkansas at this point. They only win the big game is AGAINST him.
I guess you're forgetting the worst home loss in UA history last year delivered courtesy of UF?

Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#19 Feb 6, 2013
Razorback fans have no issues with John Pelphrey. He was well liked while he was here, just in over his head. He left the Razorback program with respect and fondness from the fan base.

No coach was ever going to please the Razorback fans except the one that was pacing the sidelines last night.

Pelphrey was never blamed for the situation the Hogs were in after Nolan left. It has always been understood that Stan Heath walked into a very bad situation and quite frankly was only hired because he was a black coach who ended up in the Final 8 in his first year at Kent State with a roster already in place.

Heath had a terrible time recruiting in the south and left Pelphrey pretty bare. Pelphrey left Mike with a decent core of a team.

There wasn't any sneaking out of town for John Pelphrey, he was given a gracious goodbye from Hog fans and is always welcomed to Bud Walton with applause.
my dixie wrecked

Fort Worth, TX

#20 Feb 7, 2013
Anderson will field teams that are undisciplined. Win over their heads lose to weak teams. Just like when forrest city plays helena. Get a bunch of ninjas together and you can throw the records away. Shoot it before you lose it is their theory.
Record at home comes from homer officials letting them hand check and the offensive fouls go in their favor. On the road the calls go against them.

Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#22 Feb 7, 2013
my dixie wrecked wrote:
Anderson will field teams that are undisciplined. Win over their heads lose to weak teams. Just like when forrest city plays helena. Get a bunch of ninjas together and you can throw the records away. Shoot it before you lose it is their theory.
Record at home comes from homer officials letting them hand check and the offensive fouls go in their favor. On the road the calls go against them.
Last week,#1 Michigan lost AT Indiana
Tuesday,#2 Florida lost AT Arkansas
Last night,#5 Kansas lost AT TCU

Like last year, this year seems to suggest too much officiating in college basketball.

It has long been apparent that there are more stringent calls in NCAA basketball than in High School games, or NBA which bookend the college game.

I think the offense gets way too much flexibility in creating fouls in the college game officiating system. Dribbling into, or jumping into a defender needs to be addressed as it has too often been called in favor of the offense who in large creates the foul by initiating contact.

THAT is a big big negative for the purity of the game.

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