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Arkansas dominates UT Martin 102-56

Arkansas dominated UT Martin 102-56 on Thursday, picking up their 21st consecutive win at home. Arkansas dominated UT Martin 102-56 on Thursday, picking up their 21st consecutive win at home.

FAYETTEVILLE, AR (RNN) - Arkansas picked up its fourth win in a row this season after easily handling University of Tennessee-Martin 102-56 on Thursday.

The Razorbacks (8-2) scored an unanswered five points in the first minute and never looked back, leading by as many as 46 points. Arkansas' eight blocks helped keep the Skyhawks (5-9) to 25 points in the first half and 31 in the second.

Arkansas also held a strong lead in shooting, making 42 of 69 field goals compared to UT Martin's 19-of-69. The Skyhawks, however, made more of their free throws, sinking 13-of-19 compared to the Razorbacks' 8-of-13.

Coty Clark led the Razorbacks with 15 points and three steals. Freshman Booby Portis also added 15 points for Arkansas.

This was the Razorbacks' 21st consecutive win at home. They'll play the South Alabama Jaguars on Saturday.

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