Florida Vs. Arkansas Score Update: Gators Rack Up 53-27 Lead At Halftime

The Gators are trying to pick up back to back road wins as they lead the Razorbacks 52-27 at halftime.

The Florida Gators traveled to Arkansas coming off a road win over the Alabama Crimson Tide, trying to make it two wins in a row after losing back to back games. The Gators got off to a slow start to begin the game, but their offense exploded mid-way through the first half and they began to run away with the game. The Gators racked up a 53-27 lead at halftime over the Razorbacks.

Erving Walker put up 18 points in the first half, shooting a perfect four for four from the three-point line. Three other Gators picked up double digit points in the first half. Erik Murphy picked up 11 points in the first half, hitting on three of his five three-point shot attempts while Kenny Boynton and Bradley Beal both added 10 points in the first half. The Gators have dominated Arkansas on the boards, out rebounding them 21-11 in the first half.

For everything Florida Basketball including a live game thread, head over to Alligator Army. For perspective from the other side, visit Arkansas ExPats. For all things College Basketball, head over to SB Nation's College Basketball Hub.

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