Arkansas vs. Hofstra: How to watch, stream, listen

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For the first time in more than 40 years, Arkansas basketball is hosting Hofstra.

The Razorbacks and Pride haven’t played since 1978 in Pine Bluff when the Hogs beat the then-Flying Dutchmen, 95-70. No. 3-ranked Arkansas, led by Sidney Moncrief’s 29 points and Marvin Delph’s 24, had no trouble with Hofstra on their way to a Final Four appearance that March.

This year’s Razorbacks team is coming off an Elite Eight appearance last year, but also coming off its first loss of the season, 88-66, to Oklahoma on Saturday. The loss sent Arkansas spiraling from No. 10 to No. 19 in the Ferris Mowers Coaches Poll.

Hofstra, last time out, beat Division III John Jay 102-51, but is 4-5 this season against fellow DI foes.

Tip from North Little Rock is scheduled for 7 p.m.. It isn’t on traditional television but can be seen on the CBS Sports App.

How to Watch

When: 7 p.m.

Where: Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock

Online live stream: CBS Sports app

For those seeking the radio broadcast of the game, you can find the complete list below. In Northwest Arkansas, KQSM 92.1 will be the broadcaster in 2021.

Arkansas radio affiliates

Batesville, KWOZ-FM, 103.3

Camden, KCXY-FM, 95.3

Crossett, KAGH-FM, 104.9

Crossett, KAGH-AM, 800

DeQueen, KDQN-FM, 92.1

DeWitt, KDEW-FM, 97.3

El Dorado, KMRX-FM, 96.1

Fayetteville, KQSM-FM, 92.1

Forrest City, KBFC-FM, 93.5

Fort Smith, KERX-FM, 95.3

Glenwood, KHGZ-FM, 98.9

Glenwood, KHGZ-AM, 670

Hot Springs, KTTG-FM, 96.3

Jonesboro, KEGI-FM, 100.5

Little Rock, KABZ-FM, 103.7

Magnolia, KZHE-FM, 100.5

Marshall, KBCN-FM, 104.3

Mena, KTTG-FM, 96.3

Mena, KENA-FM, 104.1

Monticello, KGPQ-FM, 99.9

Morrilton, KCON-FM, 99.3

Mountain Home, KOMT-FM, 93.5

Ozark, KDYN-FM, 96.7

Ozark, KDYN-AM, 1540

Searcy, KRZS-FM, 99.1

Texarkana, KKTK-AM, 1400

Wynne, KWYN-FM, 92.5

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