But where did the Lady Razorbacks get that extra two points? I watched the game and recheck the final score by watching the last couple of minutes of the replay. Clearly the game ended at 40 to 90 and a few seconds after the game ended the final showed 40 to 90. However, now on all the internet sites, the score is 42 to 90.
My wife and I watched the game on TV. I turned to her and asked if she saw the referees call anything that nullified the two point basket. She said she didn’t. I said I didn’t either. The scorer must have realized it later. SC is good and their two tall girls had their way with the Razorback women. I hope Coach Neighbors is recruiting some athletic height to the program.
Here are the 3 players so far:
• Rokia Doumbia, G, 5-9, IMG Academy - 4-star prospect formerly of Hamilton Heights Christian Academy in TN, played AAU ball with Arkansas Banshees - chose Arkansas over Vanderbilt, Oklahoma and Georgia Tech.
• Chelsea Dungee, G, 5-11, Salpulpa, Okla. - Oklahoma transfer - a Big 12 All-Freshman selection after 7.4 points, 2.5 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game - 61st best player in 2017 class by ESPN - scored 18 in an NCAA Tournament second-round game
• A’Tyanna Gaulden, G, 5-7, Ocilla, Ga, Florida State transfer - No. 23 player overall by ESPN in 2017
And Dungee and Gaulden are already on campus, going through practice. I expect the team to be improved next season when they are eligible.
I didn’t watch the game, but it’s not uncommon for the TV scoreboard to be inaccurate for stretches. I would guess that is what happened last night. I looked through the score chart and there were 42 points.
I’m glad we got those 2 points. I know it doesn’t matter in the win-loss column, but at least 90-42 isn’t the blowout 90-40 would be.
I watched the game and a stats feed at the same time. Near the end, the Hogs hit two free throws that television did not reward them. I kept waiting for them to update the score on the TV but never did.