2011-2012 Arkansas Razorbacks basketball schedule

Nov. 4Texas A&M-Commerce (Exh.)7 p.m. 97-80 (W)
Nov. 8Christian Brothers (Exh.)7 p.m. 76-54 (W)
Nov. 11S. Carolina Upstate7 p.m. 83-63 (W)
Nov. 16Oakland7 p.m. 91-68 (W)
Nov. 18Houston (at Little Rock)7 p.m.FSN78-87 (L)
Nov. 22Utah Valley7 p.m. 67-59 (W)
Nov. 26Grambling State7 p.m. 86-44 (W)
Nov. 30Mississippi Valley State7 p.m.RSN97-64 (W)
Dec. 3at Connecticut2:15 p.m.ESPN62-75 (L)
Dec. 10at Oklahoma2 p.m.RSN63-78 (L)
Dec. 17Southeastern Louisiana2 p.m. 62-55 (W)
Dec. 20Eastern Kentucky7 p.m.RSN71-57 (W)
Dec. 22Louisiana Tech7 p.m. 77-63 (W)
Dec. 28Charlotte7 p.m.RSN80-67 (W)
Dec. 30Texas Southern7 p.m.RSN77-49 (W)
Jan. 3Savannah State7 p.m.RSN83-66 (W)
Jan. 7Mississippi State8 p.m.CSS98-88 (W)
Jan. 11at Ole Miss7 p.m.SEC Network63-71 (L)
Jan. 14LSU8 p.m.FSN69-60 (W)
Jan. 17at Kentucky8 p.m.ESPN63-86 (L)
Jan. 21Michigan1 p.m.CBS66-64 (W)
Jan. 25Auburn8 p.m.CSS56-53 (W)
Jan. 28at Alabama12:30 p.m.SEC Network66-72 (L)
Jan. 31Vanderbilt8 p.m.ESPN82-74 (W)
Feb. 4at LSU12:30 p.m.SEC Network65-71 (L)
Feb. 8at Georgia7 p.m.SEC Network59-81 (L)
Feb. 11South Carolina12:30 p.m.SEC Network76-65 (W)
Feb. 15at Tennessee7 p.m.SEC Network58-77 (L)
Feb. 18Florida5 p.m.ESPN/ESPN268-98 (L)
Feb. 23Alabama6 p.m.ESPN/ESPN268-79 (L)
Feb. 25at Auburn3 p.m.SEC Network77-71 (W)
Feb. 28Ole Miss6 p.m.ESPNU75-77 (L)
March 3at Mississippi State4 p.m.FSN59-79 (L)

The University of Arkansas’ Southeastern Conference men’s basketball schedule was released Thursday completing the 2011-2012 regular season calendar.

Rollin’ with Nolan!

Included in the Razorbacks’ 31-game slate are five nationally televised matchups on the ESPN family of networks and eight SEC games at Bud Walton Arena.

Each of Arkansas’ 16 SEC games will be televised either regionally or nationally and the Hogs’ home schedule includes games against Mississippi State, LSU, Auburn, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama and Ole Miss.

Arkansas head coach Mike Anderson said he is glad to finally have the schedule set.

“The non-conference schedule will allow our team to develop right before our fans’ eyes,” said Anderson. It also presents challenges for our basketball team as it prepares us for SEC play. Our fans are the best in the country and make Bud Walton Arena one of the toughest venues to play in, with their support we are going to make it even tougher.”