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story.lead_photo.caption Arkansas guard BJ Young leads Arkansas with 15.3 points per game, but only scored a combined seven points in back-to-back road losses against Florida and LSU. - Photo by The Associated Press

Arkansas sophomore guard BJ Young was looking for a big bounce back game against LSU after being held to three points on 0-of-8 shooting in the Razorbacks’ 71-54 loss at Florida on Saturday night.

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Sports, Pages 22 on 02/28/2013

Print Headline: In the lane

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  • OldRazorback1
    February 28, 2013 at 7 a.m.

    Qualls should start instead of Wade. Wade was phenomenal last year. but he's a wasted spot on the floor this year. And Madden?? Are you kidding? Madden is much more of a detriment to this team than ANY of the opponents!!

  • Jfish
    February 28, 2013 at 7:30 a.m.

    I guess I missed Wade being phenomenal last year. They need to recruit more BB players like Clarke rather than recruiting athletes and trying to make them BB players. If you have ever watched much AAU ball, this is how Arkansas plays, alot of one on one plays, poor fundamentals, etc. It works when you are on an AAU all-star team, but not at the college level.