Friday nights at 7:30pm starting January 20th
1/25/92 vs Kentucky
Arkansas 105 - Kentucky 88
In Arkansas' first year as a member of the SEC, the Razorbacks traveled to Kentucky ranked #9 in the country while the Wildcats were #8. UK led 51-50 at the half, but the Hogs rallied for a 105-88 victory and went on to win the SEC championship. Lee Mayberry led the Razorbacks with 23 points, followed by Oliver Miller with 19 and Todd Day with 18. Future Arkansas head coach John Pelphrey had 22 for UK.
3/3/92 vs LSU
Arkansas 106 - LSU 92
First year members of the SEC, Arkansas Razorbacks, were on the verge of winning the SEC title as Shacquille O'Neal and LSU visited Barnhill Arena. Lee Mayberry scored 35 points and had seven assists, Todd Day scored 27, and Oliver Miller had 10 points and 10 rebounds as Arkansas won the game 106-92 in overtime.
2/9/94 vs Kentucky
Arkansas 90 - Kentucky 82
Arkansas and Kentucky had some legendary games in the mid-90's... In this game, #3 Arkansas travelled to #4 Kentucky and beat the Wildcats 90-82; ending a 33 game home win streak for Kentucky. Razorback legends Scotty Thurman and Corliss Williamson finished with 26 and 21 points respectively.
1/29/95 vs Kentucky
Arkansas 94 - Kentucky 92
In another memorable Arkansas and Kentucky match-up, this game featured #5 Kentucky traveling to #9 Arkansas. The result was Arkansas holding on in the final seconds to upset the Wildcats 94-92. Corliss Williamson and Scotty Thurman had 28 and 22 points in the game for the Razorbacks. Tony Delk led the Wildcats with 31 points.
12/5/95 vs Missouri
Arkansas 104 - Missouri 93
After a return trip to the National Championship in 1995, the 95/96 Razorback team had several new faces. Following a few early season losses the Hogs found themselves outside the Top 25 with #11 Missouri coming into Bud Walton Arena. The result was a 104-93 Arkansas win.
2/12/99 vs Auburn
Arkansas 104 - Auburn 88
Coming off a home win against #5 Kentucky, #2 Auburn was up next for the Razorbacks. Never before had Arkansas played two top 10 teams at home in the same week. The Razorbacks responded with a 104-88 win over Auburn as the fans stormed the Bud Walton Arena court for the first time.