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Alabama men's basketball team beat South Carolina 68-58 Saturday afternoon in
Coleman Coliseum. Sophomore guard Trevor Lacey led the team with 17 points to go
with two steals. The Crimson Tide, which is 14-2 when getting eight or more
steals in a game, is 17-8 overall and 9-3 in the Southeastern Conference.
UA head coach Anthony Grant said. "We're in second place in the league by
ourselves, so that's a good position to be in. Today's game, to me, was a game
of spurts. I didn't like the way we finished the first half, but I thought we
came out in the second half and played with better energy. We built the lead
back up, and obviously they cut back into it, but I thought for the most part
our guys tried to do the things we asked them to do."
out to a big lead early in the first half in large part due to a 17-2 run that
put Alabama up 17-4. Alabama led by as much as 23 points, at 32-9 with 5:55 to
go in the half before South Carolina was able to bring it back to a 35-24
sophomore guard Rodney Cooper scored 10 points on the night, his fifth straight
game in double figures. Coming off the bench, sophomore forward Nick Jacobs also
had 10 points. Sophomore guard Levi Randolph tied two career highs by grabbing
nine rebounds and having four steals.
"It was good to
see us play with that confidence," Grant said. "I thought the ball movement was
great and we got some shots to go down, which obviously allowed us from a
defensive standpoint to get in the press and be effective, and I thought it gave
us energy as well."
guard Brenton Williams led the Gamecocks with 14 points and had four steals.
again Wednesday, Feb. 20, against Mississippi State in Coleman Coliseum. Tipoff
is set for 7 p.m. CT and the game will be televised by SEC Network and the radio
broadcast will be carried on the Crimson Tide Sports Network.