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Arkansas using overseas trip to help mesh overhauled roster
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Mike Anderson hasn't forgotten, and isn't ignoring, a difficult last season at Arkansas.
Rather, the Razorbacks coach is simply treating the disappointing 16-16 record as a singular setback in what's been an otherwise growth-filled first five seasons following his return to the school where he was an assistant for 17 years. Anderson will have his first opportunity to see if last season's struggles were an aberration or a sign of things to come when the new-look Razorbacks travel to Spain next week for a four-game exhibition schedule against European competition.
It's a welcome trip for Anderson, who is eager to put last season's up-and-down results behind him, and for Arkansas, which has added an influx of junior-college talent in search of returning to its NCAA Tournament level of two seasons ago.MORE
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