Dogs Tripped Up By Temple 65-58

Gerald Robinson

Team Stat Comparison
Points 58 65
FG Made-Attempted 21-54 (.389) 25-50 (.500)
3P Made-Attempted 2-11 (.182) 5-14 (.357)
FT Made-Attempted 14-20 (.700) 10-20 (.500)
Rebounds 27 (9-18) 30 (7-23)
Steals 7 7
Blocks 1 2
Assists 8 11
Turnovers 13 14
Fouls 19 16

Game Leaders
Points G. Robinson 16 S. Randall 18
Rebounds T. Leslie 7 Randall, Moore 8
Assists Thompkins 2 3 tied with 3
Steals T. Leslie 3 J. Fernandez 2
Blocks Thompkins 1 Eric, Fernandez 1


Nov. 26, 2010


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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. ----- Scootie Randall scored 18 points as No. 20 Temple took command in the second half and held off Georgia late to post a 65-58 win over the Bulldogs in the second round of the Old Spice Classic basketball tournament here Friday.

The Bulldogs will face Manhattan in the third round on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex.

Temple (3-1) shot 52 percent from the field in breaking open a tight game in the second half.  The Owls led 37-33 when Randall connected from 3-point range with 15:43 left.  Both teams went scoreless for the next two minutes before Temple's Khalif Wyatt hit a jumper that pushed the margin to 42-33 with 13:10 left.

The Owls' lead reached double figures once at 46-35 before Georgia rallied back into contention.   The Bulldogs cut their deficit to four at 48-44 on a pair of foul shots by Chris Barnes with 8:07 left.  Temple, however, responded and built its lead back to seven when Wyatt hit a jumper with 5:35 remaining, boosting the Owls back in front 54-47.

"We just couldn't string together enough stops, especially in the second half," Georgia coach Mark Fox said.  "Our defense failed us and you have to give Temple credit.  They're a good team and they outplayed us.

"They played zone more in the first half, but I thought we handled the zone much better than last night. The key for us is that we've got to be a little more hard-nosed on the defensive end."

Georgia mounted one final rally when Gerald Robinson's driving layup with 1:13 left got the Bulldogs within 59-55.  The Owls answered with perhaps the game's biggest bucket, a turnaround jumper by Rahlir Jefferson with 41 seconds left.  Georgia was unable to score again until a Dustin Ware 3-pointer with just 20 seconds left.



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