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Per ESPN: BATON ROUGE, La. -- Dusty Hannahs and Daryl Macon scored 17 points each and Arkansas rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit to defeat LSU 78-70 on Saturday night.

The Razorbacks (18-7, 7-5 SEC) trailed by as many as 14 points in the first half and took control of the game with outstanding 3-point shooting. After making just three shots from behind the arc in the first half, Arkansas made seven after halftime.

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JJ doesn't even care anymore. He knows he's gone after the season. Just playing out the string. It's a shame it didn't work out. I thought he'd fight a little harder for his "Dream Job." Should have asked Coach O how to do it!
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Is JJ fired yet?
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What an embarrassment. JJ could not coach in front of LSU BB Royalty (Shaq). Sad he stayed for the game. Please bring this nightmare to an end!
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11th straight, eh? [enter lame excuse why JJ should still be the coach here]
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It's not Jones' fault. It's the lack of talent. He'll get it straightened out when he gets another year or two to implement his system. By then, just watch. We'l beback to break even NIT seasons in no time!
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Dumbest fricking post I've ever read.
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It was dumb that you couldn't sense the sarcasm
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4 players on NBA rosters last year, and didn't even make the tournament... I wonder what's wrong
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