FAYETTEVILLE -- The University of Arkansas is struggling to make three-point shots almost as much as its opponents.
Arkansas (7-0) continues to rank No. 1 nationally in three-point defense at 17.9% (21 of 117) going into tonight's game against Austin Peay (3-3), even after Northern Kentucky hit 8 of 24 in the Razorbacks' 66-60 victory Saturday.
On the other side of the ball, Arkansas ranks 337th in three-point shooting out of 350 NCAA Division I teams.
Arkansas fell to 25.6% on three-pointers (40 of 156) after hitting 3 of 18 against Northern Kentucky.
"Our three-point shooting is a humongous concern right now," Razorbacks Coach Eric Musselman said.