The Razorbacks (13-4, 2-1) will follow that up with a home game Saturday at 1 p.m. against No. No. 20 Michigan (14-4), a contest that will be televised by CBS.
That makes it a week for Arkansas to try and jump back into the national consciousness of the college basketball world.
"That's part of the process of getting Arkansas back into the nation's eye," Anderson said of the nationally televised games. "We want our program to be known around the world, around the country. The more exposure you get, the better it is for your program. And obviously you've got to do well. That's what we want to do - we want to go out and perform to the best that we're capable of doing."
"I tell you what, we have got a awful daunting task this week with two great teams, two ranked teams and obviously playing in Rupp Arena, where they haven't lost many games recently," Anderson said. "It is going to be a great challenge for our young basketball team, but one our guys are looking forward to."
Arkansas freshman guard B.J. Young, the team's leading scorer at 15 points per game, says the Razorbacks are definitely excited about the upcoming schedule.
"This is a game that I have been looking forward to for a while," Young said. "I think my teammates have, too. I am really ready to go get this – we are really going to get this as a team."
Young had a team-high 19 points in Saturday's 69-60 home win over LSU and had a career-high 28 on the road against UConn earlier in the season.
Fellow freshman DeVonta Abron had a career-high 16 rebounds in that UConn game and had a game-high 13 boards in the win over LSU.
"We are just going to have to buckle down and take care of business," Abron said.
Michigan's six-game win streak ended Saturday when it fell at Iowa 75-59.
The last time Arkansas was on ESPN's Super Tuesday was in an 81-72 loss at Ole Miss on March 4, 2008.
This is not a week in which Anderson – who will be trying to hand Kentucky coach John Calipari his first loss at Rupp Arena - will have to get his players focused.
"Well, when you're playing one of the top teams in the country, coach doesn't have to get you ready, he doesn't have to tell you things to get you ready," Anderson said. "You already know. They've seen Kentucky play. I'm sure they've seen them this past weekend. They've seen them play games in that arena. Knowing that they've got probably one of the longest winning streaks on their home court.
"With that being said, they've played these guys in maybe AAU tournaments and know the kids are highly ranked," Anderson added. "As a coach, you want to get them prepared the best you can. At the same time, there's got to be something in the players. That competitiveness – ‘we're getting ready to play against the University of Kentucky."
Arkansas ended Kentucky's 10-game winning streak in the series with a 77-76 overtime win inside Bud Walton Arena.
The Wildcats lead the all-time series 24-8 and have mostly dominated the Razorbacks since Arkansas – with Anderson on the bench as an assistant coach – won at Rupp Arena in 1992 and 1994.
"I look at these games, these Kentucky-Arkansas games, the years I was here they were great, marquee matchups," Anderson said. "I thought that's when the league was really really good. That's our goal, to get the program up to where we are one of the best teams in the country."
Julysess Nobles drives against former Wildcat Brandon Knight during Arkansas' 77-76 overtime win over Kentucky last season at Bud Walton Arena.