FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Arkansas coach Mike Anderson hopes for a quick start on the road at Southeastern Conference newcomer Texas A&M on Wednesday night.
The Razorbacks struggled on the road in the SEC last season, losing their first six games away from home and finishing 1-7 overall. The struggles were a key reason Arkansas missed the NCAA tournament for the fourth straight season.
Arkansas (9-4) is 0-3 away from home this season, including losses at No. 2 Michigan and neutral-court losses to Arizona State and Wisconsin. Despite the early struggles, Anderson is hopeful the Razorbacks can build on a recent five-game winning streak against their former Southwest Conference rival.
Anderson is 0-6 in his career against the Aggies (10-3), who left the Big 12 after last season.
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