Arkansas races out to a 11-point halftime lead, but No. 24 Wisconsin puts the clamps down…
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LAS VEGAS – Fresh off two losses in Las Vegas where it gave up second-half leads, Arkansas is excited to be going home. But their task won't get much easier as the Razorbacks (3-2) will next host No. 4 Syracuse (4-0) Friday night in the Big East-SEC Challenge. The 7:30 p.m. game at Bud Walton Arena will be televised nationally by ESPN. "The games get bigger, the teams get better," Arkansas head coach Mike Anderson said. "We are talking about one of the top five teams in the country in Syracuse. We have got some time to get back, get rested up and get prepared for one of the bigger games to come to that arena in awhile. "Hopefully our guys can continue to stay on task in terms of what we are working on to get better," Anderson added. "Defensively we have got to be on a team that is all on the same page. I thought we saw that (in a 77-70 Saturday night loss to Wisconsin). "Our energy level went up, our execution from a defensive standpoint, but those last waning moments, we have got...
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