Eric Musselman watched 14 hours of film, did assistants' work after losses in Bahamas
Eric Musselman is determined to change the trajectory of Arkansas basketball following a pair of losses to Memphis and North Carolina in the Bahamas this past week.
The Razorbacks are 4-3, not a start Musselman and Co. would want with the amount of talent on the floor and especially the return of Trevon Brazile after missing most of last season.
Musselman revealed that he went a little above and beyond following the Razorbacks’ pair of losses Monday during his weekly availability. He watched every play from the Razorbacks’ 3-game week and cut up of every play each individual player was involved in, which is usually work his assistants do.
Muss took the losses in the Bahamas personally. He went through every play from the last three games. He estimated it took 14 hours. Every player will get a Muss cut up of every play they were involved in. This is work he usually has his assistants do.
— Steve Sullivan (@sully7777) November 27, 2023
Arkansas can get back on track as soon as this Wednesday, facing a huge opportunity against No. 7 Duke. The Blue Devils are 5-1 on the season, falling by just a few to Arizona but beating Michigan State comfortably a few days later.
The pair will face off at 9:15 p.m. ET on ESPN from Bud Walton Arena.