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WATCH: Arkansas Razorbacks' Mike Anderson responds to ESPN analyst Dick Vitale's comments

Arkansas' head coach was not happy with the ESPN analyst.

Arkansas head coach Mike Anderson was on the Paul Finebaum Show on Monday and responded to ESPN analyst Dick Vitale's comments about his players during the SEC Tournament championship game Sunday.

In the clip below, Anderson states that there was "no intent" to injure Kentucky's players when Dusty Hannahs and Moses Kingsley were called for flagrant fouls late in the Razorbacks' loss to the Wildcats.

Hannahs was assessed a Flagrant 1 when he set a screen and extended his arms on the play. Kingsley was assessed a Flagrant 2 and ejected from the game after his hands came down hard on a Kentucky's player's face on an intentional foul.

When those plays happened, Vitale, one of ESPN's most well-known college basketball voices, criticized the Razorbacks for being dirty and not showing class.

Anderson addresses all of this in the two-minute video below:

https://twitter.com/RazorbackersFS/status/841396342329073665


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