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Razorbacks defeat Clemson, remain undefeated at home

The Arkansas Razorbacks defeated the Clemson Tigers 74-68 in Fayetteville on Saturday. The Arkansas Razorbacks defeated the Clemson Tigers 74-68 in Fayetteville on Saturday.

FAYETTEVILLE, AR (RNN) – The Arkansas Razorbacks defeated the Clemson Tigers 74-68 in Fayetteville on Saturday.

The victory continued Arkansas' (6-2) undefeated home record, and gave Clemson (7-2) their second loss of the year.

Arkansas led for the entire game, despite a late-rally by the Tigers in the second half, and 27 points and 11 rebounds by Clemson forward K.J. McDaniels.

Guard Michael Qualls was Arkansas' leading scorer with 17 points and six rebounds off the bench.

The home team came into the game with a few impressive stats – they are currently first in the SEC in points per game (88.6), third in field goal percentage (.488) and first in free throw percentage (.754).

The Razorbacks next game will be at home against the Savannah State Tigers on Thursday, Dec. 12.

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