BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Chad Frazier scored 19 points as crisp-shooting Alabama-Birmingham used a big first half to knock off Georgia Southern Sunday night, 84-62.
The Blazers (8-2) built a 20-point lead at intermission, taking a 41-21 lead.
Brian Holmes drilled a 3-pointer to give the Eagles (5-6) a 21-15 lead with 7:45 left to play in the first half but did not score again until Marvin Baynham converted a layup 1:37 into the second half. By then, UAB held a 20-point lead, 43-23.
Curtis Diamond's 13 points off the Georgia Southern bench led the Eagles, who struggled shooting from the field, connecting on just 22 of 68 attempts (32.4 percent).
Ben Simmons explains what he is focusing on ahead of the start of his NBA career.
After John Calipari's comments about the Louisville scandal, Rick Pitino says that Calipari should not be worried about other programs and to keep quiet unless he is praising another institution.
College basketball coaches across the country will hit the recruiting trail hard in July to target the Class of 2017's top prospects. Which players are the nation's top programs targeting?
|Texas San Antonio||3-15||13||5-27|