Arkansas earned its biggest win of the season on Wednesday night, beating Alabama 81-66 in Bud Walton Arena.

The Razorbacks came into the game on a four-game winning streak and exited on an eight-game SEC winning streak as Eric Musselman led Arkansas to its first win at home over a ranked team in 23 years.

Moses Moody led the way for Arkansas as he scored 24 points, which was among the five Razorbacks to reach double-digit points in the contest. Alabama was on a three-game winning streak entering this game and had an opportunity to clinch the SEC regular-season title with a win.

Of course, the Razorbacks stood in the way of that and now own sole possession of the No. 2 spot in the SEC standings.

“We’ve run eight in a row and we lost a home game that we didn’t even get to play and we play well at home. I would say this team is playing really good basketball,” Musselman said after the game.

After the win, Arkansas went wild in the locker room.