The Arkansas Razorback Men's Basketball team (20-7, 9-5 Conf.) are on a roll and earned yet another huge victory in the SEC against Ole Miss (11-16, 7-7 Conf.) this past weekend in Fayetteville, AR at Bud Walton Arena .
I had the opportunity of talking to the 6-6 Freshman from Campti, LA, Adrio Bailey, about his role on the team and what keeps him going on and off the court. Adrio said that the message on his wristband means something and it has helped him live his life with meaning. He also told me that he supported me and my movement because it was something real and inspiring. In Adrio's words, "I support you and it's something real. I motivate myself more than ever now and it means a lot. Where I am from, people aren't really motivated and it helps me on the court, in the classroom and my everyday life activities. Even though I can't wear it in the games, I still remember it because I wear it so much."
My next question that I had for Adrio was since he could not wear his band in games if Coach Mike Anderson's band ever helped him. He quickly responded, "Coach A runs the ship. He brings that leadership that we all need and he keeps us accountable."
During the matchup between the Razorbacks and the Rebels, the highly talented freshman brought in a key offensive rebound and put two points up on the board.
The Arkansas Razorbacks are on a three game winning streak beating LSU, #21 South Carolina and the Ole Miss Rebels. The Razorbacks look to keep their winning streak alive against Texas A&M in Fayetteville, AR at Bud Walton Arena at 7:30 PM CT on the SECNetwork.