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Three-pointers not falling early

Posted: December 4, 2012 at 3:54 a.m.

Mardracus Wade, who led the SEC in 3-point shooting percentage last season, is one of several Arkansas players off to a rough start this year.

Arkansas sophomore guard BJ Young is averaging a team high 21.4 points, but only 9 of his 107 points have come on three-point baskets.

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Sports, Pages 17 on 12/04/2012

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