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Bulldogs Fall on the Road

DULUTH, Ga. (AP) - Glen Rice Jr. scored 21 points and Mfon

Udofia added all 16 of his in the second half to help Georgia Tech

overcome a sluggish offensive start in a 65-54 win over Alabama A&M

on Monday night.

The Yellow Jackets (7-4) won their third straight despite

turning the ball over on four of their first six possessions and 21

times overall. Georgia Tech trailed 10-5 eight minutes in.

Despite the poor start, Georgia Tech rebounded behind its

defense.

The Yellow Jackets who held their previous three opponents to

35-percent shooting or worse, held the Bulldogs (2-5) to 20-for-57

shooting (35.1 percent.) Georgia Tech took advantage of the misses,

outrebounding Alabama A&M 47-22.

Jeremy Ingram scored 14 points off the bench to lead the

Bulldogs, who tied the game early in the second half. Alabama A&M's

Brandon Ellis knotted it at 25-25 on a layup with 18:44 remaining.

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