— Stanley Umude scored 17 points off the bench and No. 10 Arkansas won its seventh straight game to start the season, beating Central Arkansas 97-60 on Wednesday night.
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- Full Schedule
- Razorbacks move to 5-0 with win over Bearcats
- No. 7 prospect Walsh says he'll play for Arkansas
- Smith, No. 6-ranked recruit in '22, picks Arkansas
- Arkansas hires former Hoosier star Keith Smart
Duke's win over Gonzaga resets the rankings, and a number of other Feast Week results alter the men's college basketball landscape.
— JD Notae scored 28 points and No. 13 Arkansas handled Pennsylvania 76-60 on Sunday.
— Arkansas was clinging to a one-point lead over Cincinnati in the final minute when JD Notae missed a shot.
There are hundreds of games on tap over the next six days. These are the contests that matter the most.
— Chris Lykes was the last player to reach Arkansas' locker room, and when he walked through the door, it set off a wild celebration that could be heard all the way back courtside.
Week 2 of the 2021-22 season saw Seton Hall help carry the banner for the Big East, and an impressive showing from Purdue.
The Nos. 1 and 2 prospects in the country went to Kentucky and Duke, respectively, and that's how the two blue bloods ended the early signing period.
— Chris Lykes scored 26 points and No. 16 Arkansas reeled off 13 straight points in the final minutes to beat Northern Iowa 93-80 on Wednesday night.
Week 1 of the college basketball season saw upsets, impressive freshmen debuts and movement within the ESPN Power Rankings.
— Connor Vanover scored 19 points and helped lead a big run that ended the first half to send No. 16 Arkansas over Gardner-Webb 86-69 on Saturday.
The five-stars are off the board, making the quest for four-star players a more heated competition than usual at this stage.
— JD Notae scored 30 points for No. 16 Arkansas, which was forced to rally to beat Mercer 74-61 on Tuesday night in the season opener.
Several college basketball programs' fortunes will rise or fall on the play of new faces in 2021-22. Here are the players most under the microscope.