Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Loss at SELA hurt

Jacksonville State's 77-73 loss at Southeastern Louisiana Tuesday night cost the Gamecocks more than a game.

Center Amadou Mbodji and swingman Nick Murphy, one of their "big men" inside, both sustained ankle injuries in the game that could limit their availability Friday night at Georgia.

The players are both considered day-to-day and a game-time decision at present, but JSU coach James Green said Wednesday there "may be a better chance" to have Murphy back than Mbodji, who at 6-10 is the Gamecocks' tallest player.

Georgia (2-2) has two players 6-10 or taller -- 6-10 Trey Thompkins and 6-11 Albert Jackson -- and three others 6-8 or 6-9.

"That's obviously a huge concern for us," Green said.


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