A quick summary of Arkansas' 73-60 victory over Kentucky on Saturday in Fayetteville, Ark.:
Sharp early offensively, UK rushed out to an 11-4 lead. The Arkansas defense began to turn the Cats over and the Razorbacks went on a 14-3 run. UK was having trouble starting its offense while Arkansas was having trouble making shots. The Arkansas lead reached 25-20 but Archie Goodwin kept the Cats close, and they trailed 32-29 at the half. UK seemed even more rattled in the second half. Arkansas had early runs of 11-0 and 7-0. Kentucky was making more turnovers than baskets, and never made a serious run in the second half.
■ Kentucky has lost its last three road games by double digits. Next up is a trip to Georgia — a win UK desperately needs on its NCAA résumé.
■ It took Julius Mays, who has been Mr. Clutch for UK, more than 38 minutes to score.
■ At one point, Arkansas had taken 60 shots to 31 for Kentucky.
■ 30-2: Points off turnovers in favor of Arkansas.
■ Arkansas, not a strong rebounding team, had 20 offensive boards.
■ In the first 15 minutes of the second half, UK took only nine shots.
■ UK turned it over six times in the first seven minutes and 10 in the first 15.
■ UK started shooting 8-for-17, Arkansas 9-for-29. Arkansas led 21-20.
■ UK shot 45.8 percent in the first half while Arkansas hit 30.8. The Hogs led by three.
■ Kentucky had 11 turnovers and two assists in the first half.
■ Archie Goodwin returned home to a hostile crowd and responded admirably.
■ Willie Cauley-Stein was effective, when UK could get into its offense.
■ Kentucky has been careless with the ball most of the season. Never was that more evident than against the pressure of Arkansas.
■ It seems clear Alex Poythress will need more time to become a consistent contributor.