Arkansas (8-3) host Charlotte (7-3) – who has already won four road games under second-year head coach Alan Major – on Wednesday night at 7 p.m.
Another of the 49ers' wins this season was a home one over Davidson, who just recently knocked off Kansas.
"Coach Major was at Ohio State so you will see some semblance of things that Ohio State has done," Anderson said. "It is his second year there. He has got a good basketball team. You look at the games that they have won, they have won four on the road and also beat a good Davidson team by 20 when they really shot the ball well."
"They (Arkansas' big guys) have their work cut out for them because not only are they guys with size, but guys that can step away," Anderson said.
Those two join 6-5, 205-pound sophomore guard DeMario Mayfield (9.9, 5.5), 6-3, 185-pound freshman guard Pierria Henry (7.6, 4.1) and 6-2, 160-pound senior guard Derrio Green (7.3) in the starting line-up.
Charlotte also has scoring punch off the bench in 5-10, 165-pound junior guard Jamar Brisco (8.2), one of four bench players averaging over 15 minutes per game.
"This is a team that has multiple guys that can step out and shoot the basketball on the floor and they are athletic," Anderson said. "It will be a big ballgame for us. It is another test and – coming off a break – I will be interested to see how we respond."
Charlotte has this game at Arkansas and a New Year's Eve date with Memphis before opening Atlantic 10 conference action with Richmond.
The 49ers had won five straight before losing to Miami 77-61 at home last Thursday night.
"To lose like this kind of humbled us going into these next two tough road games," Braswell said. "We have to come back next week and pick up where we left off – being tough-minded and go with the game plan and execute."
Arkansas downed Louisiana Tech 77-63 last Thursday night and then took a holiday break before returning Christmas night for a 8 p.m. practice and a pair of workouts on Monday.
"We got through it," Anderson said. "It's amazing. You take two-and-a-half days off and you can see you can lose your wind a little bit. They saw that. They got a chance to go home and spend some time with their family, but just that time from the gym – you can see they could lose that wind pretty quickly."
Anderson said his team has used the home stand to get better.
"Each and every game, I think they can sense the urgency that I speak of when I talk about protecting the home turf," Anderson said. "As you can continue your non-conference schedule and get into your conference schedule, the sense of urgency goes up about 10 more notches.
"I don't think we have got to that point yet, but they have had some adversity, they've had some moments in games where things weren't going their way and they have battled through it and came out on the positive end," Anderson added. "That can only help you."
Anderson – whose team has lost all three games away from Bud Walton Arena - has stressed winning games at home as the first step toward building the program back to where it needs to be.
"It is very, very important that you take care of home and this team can build that team confidence, that team chemistry, that team unity," Anderson continued. "Hopefully it will give us that feeling that we can go do that on the road as well when that time comes again."
This is the fourth game of the Razorbacks' seven-game home stand before hitting the road again.
The finale of home stand is the SEC opener against No. 15 Mississippi State.
"We are getting a little bit better," Anderson said. "We are taking baby steps. With a young basketball team that is what you are going to have. As long as we keep going forward, that's what is important."
Sophomore Rickey Scott had a career-high 18 points in the win over Louisiana Tech while Rashad Madden had 9 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists for a stat-stuffing performance.
"Other guys are starting to step up, but I am just looking for consistency," Anderson said. "A guy like Ky (Madden) has put together back-to-back games that were pretty good. That is going to be huge for us to have a 6-5 guy that can do a lot of things and playing effective basketball.
"Rickey, the last game all of a sudden gave us another guy that gave us some scoring in that particular game," Anderson added. "Different nights it is going to be different guys, but at least we have to have some guys that are going to give us some scoring input as well as defense."
It is also a game featuring a school that is very close to the heart of Arkansas assistant coach Melvin Watkins.
"It is his alma mater," Anderson said. "It is a place that he played, had tremendous success as a player, his degree is from there, he met his wife while he was there…I am sure he has a lot of fond memories of Charlotte coaching there for many, many years as an assistant and then taking over the reins as the head coach."
The Razorbacks will play the nightcap of a doubleheader with the Lady Razorbacks - 10-1 and riding a 10-game winning streak - facing Mississippi Valley State at 4 p.m. in the opener.