Razorbacks fall at Georgia in overtime

ATHENS, Ga. (ArkansasRazorbacks.com) - The Razorbacks played in their third consectutive overtime contest for the first time in Arkansas history on Saturday, falling to the Georgia Bulldogs 66-61.

Senior Coty Clarke led the way for the Razorbacks, scoring 13 points and grabbing three rebounds before fouling out late in regulation play. Sophomore Rashad Madden and senior Fred Gulley III rounded out the Razorbacks in double figures with 12 each, marking Madden's 12th double-digit outing in the last 14 games. Gulley III's 12 points marked a new career high for the Oklahoma State transfer, shooting 3-of-4 from downtown on a hot offensive streak.

Freshmen big men Bobby Portis and Moses Kingsley combined for 12 boards, including Portis' five on the defensive end.

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