Arkansas learns SEC Men’s Basketball League games

FAYETTEVILLE- The Southeastern Conference announced the men’s basketball conference opponents for the 2022-23 season on Wednesday. The Razorbacks will face five teams home and away, including Alabama, Kentucky, LSU, Missouri and Texas A&M.

Arkansas will also host Florida, Georgia, Ole Miss and Mississippi State on a trip to Auburn, South Carolina, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.

Times, dates and TV information will be announced later.


  • This season will be only the second time since the Razorbacks joined the SEC (1991-92) that Arkansas and Kentucky will meet twice in the same regular season. The only other time came in 2013-14 when Arkansas swept Kentucky with a pair of overtime wins. First, Arkansas defeated #13 Kentucky in Fayetteville (January 14, 2014). Next, the Razorbacks handed the 17th-ranked Wildcats a 71-67 loss at Rupp Arena (February 27, 2014).
  • Arkansas and Missouri will play a home-and-away series in each of the 11 years since the Tigers joined the SEC (2012-13).
  • Arkansas and LSU have met for a home-and-away series in all but two seasons since the Razorbacks joined the SEC (1991-92). The Razorbacks and Tigers only met once in 2013 (in Baton Rouge) and once in 2015 (in Fayetteville).
  • Arkansas and Texas A&M will play a home-and-away series for the ninth time in 11 years since the Aggies joined the conference. The teams played twice in the Aggies’ inaugural season in the SEC (2012-13) and only met once in 2014 and 2015. The teams were required to play twice each regular season every year since the season 2015-16. Note: Teams only played once in 2020-21 due to COVID.
  • Arkansas and Tennessee will play only once in 2022-23, marking the fifth time in nine years the schools have had a one-game series. Four of those five have one thing in common…being played at Thompson-Boling Arena (2023, 2021, 2019 and 2017). Since 2013-14, Arkansas will play in Knoxville for the ninth time, compared to five games played in Fayetteville and two in the SEC tournament.
  • On the other end of a scheduling oddity, Arkansas will play at Vanderbilt for only the fourth time since 2014-15. In the last 12 meetings with the Commodores, seven have been at Bud Walton Arena, three at Vandy’s Memorial Gym and two at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville for the SEC Tournament.

As a reminder, the deadline to renew your basketball subscriptions is from Thursday to June 30. Passholders can renew online now by logging into their ticket account or by contacting the Arkansas Razorback Ticket Center by email [email protected] or by phone at 800-982-4647 (PORCS).

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