Mardracus Wade and Young hit 3-pointers in the half for Arkansas, which easily sent Florida to its largest deficit of the season at 36-13. The most the Gators had trailed before Tuesday was 11 points in the first half of the loss to Kansas State.
Florida's winning streak was the school's longest since 2008-09. That included four straight SEC road games, and the Gators were attempting to win five straight conference games away from home for the first time in a season.
The Razorbacks scored 21 points off 16 Florida turnovers, and their bench outscored Florida 40-12. Clarke finished with nine points for Arkansas, while Mickelson and Madden each added eight as the Razorbacks finished 28 of 57 (49.1 percent) from the field.
"This is our house, so we're used to shooting in it," Powell said. "... It's just showing us what we can do. I mean, of course, we've got to take it on the road, but it just shows you the level of potential that we have and how hard we work every day."
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