How to watch Arkansas basketball vs. Old Dominion? Date, time, TV schedule

Arkansas vs. Old Dominion

Arkansas men’s basketball coach, Eric Musselman, expressed his concerns about his team’s performance during their recent 86-68 victory over Gardner-Webb on Friday night. Now, just three days later, the Razorbacks have an opportunity to bounce back.

The Razorbacks are in the midst of a demanding schedule, with No. 14 Arkansas (2-0) set to face Old Dominion on Monday night at Bud Walton Arena. This game marks the third in a series of four consecutive home games to kick off the season, before the team heads out on the road for the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament during Thanksgiving week.

Musselman has voiced his dissatisfaction with the team’s defensive effort and shot selection in their previous win against Gardner-Webb. Nevertheless, the Razorbacks managed to secure another comfortable victory as they continued to adjust their lineup, integrating new talent acquired through the transfer portal.

Before facing Gardner-Webb, Arkansas had an impressive season opener, defeating Alcorn State with a commanding 93-59 victory.

Old Dominion, on the other hand, currently holds a 1-1 record, securing a win against Virginia Wesleyan but suffering a narrow five-point loss to Ball State on Friday. Last season, the Monarchs finished with a 19-12 record.

For those looking to catch the game, here’s all the essential information:

Where can I watch Arkansas vs. Old Dominion?

  • Channel: Not available
  • Streaming: SEC+, ESPN+

Unfortunately, the game won’t be televised, but you can stream it on SEC+ through or the ESPN app.

Start time for Arkansas vs. Old Dominion

  • Date: Mon, Nov. 13
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET, 7 p.m.

Arkansas and Old Dominion will tip off at 7 p.m. inside Bud Walton Arena. Following this matchup with the Monarchs, the Razorbacks will be back in action on Friday night, hosting UNC-Greensboro at home.

Arkansas scheduled for 2023-24

Nov. 6Alcorn State (W: 93-59)
Nov. 11Gardner-Webb (W: 86-68)
Nov. 13Old Dominion
Nov. 17UNC-Greensboro
Nov. 22Stanford (Battle for Atlantis)
Nov. 29No. 2 Duke
Dec. 4Furman
Dec. 9Oklahoma (Tulsa)
Dec. 16Lipscomb
Dec. 21Abilene Christian
Dec. 30UNC Wilmington
Jan. 6Auburn*
Jan. 10Georgia*
Jan. 13Florida*
Jan. 16No. 15 Texas A&M*
Jan. 20South Carolina*
Jan. 24Ole Miss*
Jan. 27No. 16 Kentucky*
Jan. 31Missouri*
Feb. 3LSU*
Feb. 10Georgia*
Feb. 14No. 9 Tennessee*
Feb. 17Mississippi State*
Feb. 20No. 15 Texas A&M*
Feb. 24Missouri*
Feb. 27Vanderbilt*
Mar. 2No. 16 Kentucky*
Mar. 6LSU*
Mar. 9No. 24 Alabama*

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