The OU men's basketball team faces No. 9-ranked Arkansas at noon Saturday in Tulsa.
The Sooners (7-2) are fresh off a 75-53 win over Missouri-Kansas City Tuesday, while the Razorbacks (8-1) are on a four-game win streak following a 65-58 win over UNC Greensboro Tuesday.
How to watch Oklahoma (7-2) vs. No. 9 Arkansas (8-1)
When: Noon Saturday
Where: BOK Center in Tulsa
TV: ESPN2 (COX 28/HD 721, Dish 143, DirecTV 209, U-verse 606/HD 1606)
Radio: KOKC 1520 AM, KREF 99.3 FM/1400 AM
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Three things to know about OU vs. No. 9 Arkansas
• Tanner Groves boasts 13 blocks this season, which is one shy of matching his total from all of last season. The 6-foot-10 senior's rim protection will be needed against Arkansas. The Razorbacks have scored 59.1% of their points from inside the arc, which is the 25th-highest percentage in the nation.
• Senior forward Jalen Hill (nose) underwent successful surgery Wednesday after he took a shot to the face during OU's game against Villanova this past Saturday. Hill will sport a facemask and be available for the team's game against Arkansas.
• Four Arkansas players are averaging double digit points per game this season, and the most lethal scorer is junior Ricky Council IV. The 6-6 guard is averaging 18.4 points on 58.6% shooting from inside the arc. The Razorbacks lost sophomore forward Trevon Brazile (11.8 ppg) for the season earlier this week to a torn ACL.
—Justin Martinez, Staff writer
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