|Vanderbilt||K Johnson 13.6||K Bright 5.5||K Johnson 3.6|
|Arkansas||B Young 15.2||M Powell 5.4||B Young 3.4|
Arkansas matches up against Vanderbilt in the second round of the SEC Tournament at Bridgestone Arena on Thursday. It gets started at 7:30 p.m. ET and you can see it on SEC Network or ESPN3.com. The Razorbacks fell to the Commodores 67-49 on Feb. 9 and are 3-3 against them over the last four years.
The Razorbacks got past Texas A&M 73-62 on Mar. 9 with the help of 14 points from Mardracus Wade. He is averaging 6.5 points per game while also contributing a team-high 1.7 steals per game. For the Commodores, Dai-Jon Parker put up 18 points and five rebounds in the 74-64 win over South Carolina on Mar. 9. He is averaging 6.9 points and 4.3 rebounds per game.
Arkansas appears to have a key statistical advantage over Vanderbilt in one area, scoring, where the Razorbacks have an edge over the Commodores, 73.7 points per game to 60.5 points per game.
- Hunter Mickelson is ranked 8th in the SEC in blocks.
- Arkansas has more wins against the RPI Top 50 than Vanderbilt this season (four vs. zero).
- The Arkansas blocks leader (Hunter Mickelson, 39 blocks) has more blocks than the Vanderbilt blocks leader (Josh Henderson, 26 blocks).
- Arkansas has a better overall winning percentage over the last 30 years (64.3 percent to 58.6 percent).
- Arkansas has a much lower in-state cost per year according to Kiplinger than Vanderbilt ($15,972 vs. $52,659).
- Arkansas has an average margin of victory of 11 over Vanderbilt in 18 wins since 1990.
- The Arkansas scoring leader (B.J. Young, 470 points) has more points than the Vanderbilt scoring leader (Kedren Johnson, 422 points).
- It's only wins and losses, but Arkansas has a better overall record than Vanderbilt this season (19-13 vs. 15-16).
- B.J. Young is ranked 5th in the SEC in points and 8th in the SEC in assists.
- The Arkansas steals leader (Mardracus Wade, 54 steals) has more steals than the Vanderbilt steals leader (Kedren Johnson, 32 steals).