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06.10.2019 03:48
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ATLANTA -- Georgia could not overcome a season-high 27 turnovers in a 52-45 loss to Georgia Tech Sunday at McCamish Pavilion.The Lady Bulldogs fall to 3-1 overall this season and drop their first game against Georgia Tech (4-0) since 2010, snapping a streak of five-straight wins. Georgia still leads the all-time series 34-5.Caliya Robinson led Georgia with 15 points, 13 coming in the first half, but could not overcome nine turnovers on the day.Georgia just shot 17 percent from the floor in the opening five minutes, falling behind 10-4 early in the first quarter. Pachis Roberts scored all four of those points, with a trio coming off a 3-pointer at 6:43 on the clock. Techs lead was extended to 13-4 when Francesca Pan popped out and nailed a 3-point basket at the 3:55 mark. Robinson then came off the bench and scored seven points to cut Georgia Techs advantage to 15-11 at the end of the first quarter.Georgia was held scoreless for the first four minutes of the the second frame - that was until Mackenzie Engram knocked in her first shot of the game at 5:59. Robinson continued her first-half scoring spree, leading all scorers at the half with 13 points.Even though Robinson heated up in the second quarter, Tech still held on for a 28-23 advantage at the break thanks to 11 first-half points from Zaire ONeal and two crucial 3-pointers by Antonia Peresson.After trailing for nearly 18 minutes in the first half, the Lady Bulldogs finally grabbed their first advantage of the game off a Mackenzie Engram jumper at the 6:47 mark of the third period. Georgia maintained that lead the rest of the quarter and was up by a slim 39-37 advantage at the end of the frame despite Robinson picking up her fourth foul.In a back-and-forth second half, Tech retook a short-lived 43-41 advantage before Armbrister tied it back up at 45-45 late in the fourth quarter. Georgia was then held scoreless over the next seven minutes as Tech held on for the 52-45 victory.The Lady Bulldogs now head to Bimini, Bahamas for the 2016 Junkanoo Jam and will play Minnesota on Thursday in the opening game. Wholesale Shoes .C. at the helm of the top team in the Eastern Conference. His tenure as the GM in Vancouver was all too brief. Though he led the Canucks to what was then a franchise record-shattering campaign in just his second season, Nonis was gone and replaced one year later. Shoes China . PETERSBURG, Fla. . Walcott is available for Saturdays home match against Southampton as Arsenal looks to extend its two-point lead at the top of the Premier League. The Gunners are currently the second highest scorers in the league but Wenger insists Walcott will add something extra to his team. Clearance Shoes . The nimble-footed quarterback got his wish, dashing through the snow and a weary defence all the way into the NCAA record book. Discount Shoes . -- Tony Stewart is 20 pounds lighter and has a titanium rod in his surgically repaired right leg. BATON ROUGE, La. -- Publicly, LSU running back Leonard Fournette has been largely silent about the perceived score he and the No. 15 Tigers have to settle with top-ranked Alabama.The Tigers powerful and explosive star running back -- who scored three touchdowns of 59 yards or longer in his previous game -- was nowhere to be seen during designated times for media interviews this week. But when the cameras and microphones were gone, Fournette apparently had plenty to say to his teammates about facing a Crimson Tide squad that last year held him to a mere 31 yards on 19 carries while defeating the Tigers for a fifth-straight time .Hes probably the most motivated guy on the team, LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron said this week. He has spoken to the team and will speak to the team again. His want-to to have success against Alabama is as high as any other player Ive seen.The Tigers confidence is surging as they aim to end their skid against their century-old nemesis from two states away on Saturday night in Death Valley. LSU (5-2, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) has won three straight -- each by 17 or more points -- since Orgeron took over for Les Miles in late September.This is obviously one of the biggest games of the year -- always is, Alabama coach Nick Saban said, adding the LSU is probably as good a team as weve played all year, especially the way theyre playing now.Regardless of how the Crimson Tide (8-0, 5-0) ruined Fournettes Heisman Trophy candidacy by bottling him up in Tuscaloosa last year, Saban asserted that LSUs 6-foot-1, 235-pound junior is probably one of the most dynamic running backs that has played in college football for a while -- and is playing extremely well right now.Thats one reason why Tigers tight end Colin Jeter foreshadows the latest edition of Alabama-LSU this way: Its going to be a juggernaut battle and basically a street-fight game.Here are some of the main story lines heading to the 81st meeting of the Crimson Tide and Tigers since 1895:DOMINANT DEFENSESAlabamas defense is ranked fourth nationally in yards allowed (274.5 per game). The Tide has forced 16 turnovers in eight games -- eight fumble recoveries and eight interceptions -- and made 64 tackles for losses with 32 sacks.Orgeron said Alabama fields obviously the best defense weve seen --- might be one of the best defenses in college football history.ddddddddddddLSU allowed just eight TDs this season, and no more than two in a single game. Saban expressed admiration for how first-year LSU defensive coordinator Dave Aranda has harnessed his talent.Everybody doing their job and being sound and disciplined in what they do is what makes then really good, because they have really good players, Saban said. LSU is a really, really quality defensive team.HURTS ON ROAD: Tide freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts has had some mistakes in previous road games but bounced back strong. Now, he enters earth-trembling-loud Death Valley for the first time. Hurts has accounted for eight touchdowns rushing and passing in three SEC road games, while topping 100 rushing yards twice.FORMIDABLE FOURNETTE: Because of a nagging left ankle injury, Fournette has played only once since Orgeron took over. That was in LSU previous game two weeks ago against Ole Miss, when Fournette vaulted himself back into Heisman consideration by setting and LSU single-game rushing record with 284 yards. He did so on just 16 carries, averaging 17.8 yards per carry.Hes just a genetic freak and certainly great to have him on your team, Jeter said. He brings that power to the game and brings confidence to all of us.REPLACING JACKSON: This is Alabamas first game since safety/punt returner Eddie Jackson was lost for the season to a broken leg. Cornerback M

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