Arkansas survived a terrific shooting performance by North Florida guard Dallas Moore to claim a 91-76 non-conference win Saturday at Walton Arena in Fayetteville, Ark.

Moore fired in a game-high 34 points for the Ospreys (3-8), connecting on 12 of 20 field goal attempts and 4 of 9 3-pointers. But just five other players scored for North Florida, which wasn't enough when compared with the Razorbacks' balance.

Arkansas (8-1) put four players in double figures, led by reserve guard Dusty Hannahs with 17 points. Jaylen Barford added 14, while Moses Kingsley put up a 13-point, 10-rebound double-double. Daryl Macon also scored 13 points.

Aaron Bodager tallied 14 points for the Ospreys and Garrett Sams hit for 10, but North Florida ran out of answers in the last 12 1/2 minutes. After two free throws by Moore, the Ospreys led 63-62 with 12:32 remaining, but the Razorbacks hit them with an 11-0 run for the 22nd and final lead change of the day.

Moore's jumper at the 5:52 mark pulled North Florida within 79-73, but it missed on three opportunities to further cut into its deficit. Arkansas rattled off six points in a row for an 85-73 advantage with 3:42 left on Hannahs' jumper, and that was that.

The Razorbacks hit 47 percent of their field goal tries while the Ospreys sank 46.2 percent, including an impressive 12 of 30 on 3-pointers. Arkansas' big advantages came at the foul line, where it outscored North Florida 24-12, and in rebounding, where it owned the Ospreys 42-27.

A 10-0 run gave the Razorbacks a 20-12 lead at the 10:39 mark of the first half, but North Florida used consecutive 3s by Moore to grab a 33-32 edge with 4:19 remaining. Moore's two free throws with four seconds left sent the teams into halftime tied at 44.