During last month's season opener against No. 12 Texas A&M, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock women's basketball team struggled to 35 points and 27.6% shooting.
Although disappointing, that performance was against a national powerhouse that consistently makes deep NCAA Tournament runs.
A similar offensive effort Monday night at the Jack Stephens Center against a team no one will confuse for Texas A&M raised major red flags. UALR's offense was nowhere to be found against Louisiana Tech -- a former national power that has failed to make the NCAA Tournament in the past eight seasons -- as the Trojans suffered a 43-38 defeat.