Vance Jackson scored 10 points and 11 players for Arkansas (4-0) entered the scoring column. Arkansas entered the game with five players — Moody, Justin Smith, Connor Vanover, Desi Sills and Notae — averaging double-digit scoring.
The Razorbacks built a 20-2 lead within the first five minutes and were never threatened by last year's Atlantic Sun Conference champions.
Arkansas shot 33 for 66 and took just more than half their shot-attempts (34) from 3-point range. The Razorbacks made just 11 (32.4%) from behind the arc.
The Bisons were 15-for-59 (25.4%) shooting — including 5 for 21 from 3-point range — and 15 for 27 (55.6%) from the foul line.
It was the second-ever meeting between the programs. The Razorbacks won the previous meeting 83-54 on Dec. 20, 2004.
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