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2019 Schedule
16-10, 3rd in Sun Belt

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia Southern has one of the most dangerous mid-major backcourts in the country in Ike Smith and Tookie Brown. Went on the road and beat Wake Forest tonight.

Mark Byington Postgame Interview (1:36)
0:36

Eagle soars to stuff at the rim

Coye Simmons came up with the huge rejection of this dunk attempt, helping preserve a win for Georgia Southern.

0:52

Georgia Southern beats first-half buzzer

Mike Hughes spun, set his feet and drilled a 30-footer all in 2.2 seconds.

Georgia Southern wins on 4-point play (0:15)
1:27

Brandon Ingram soars and slams

Ingram scored a game-high 26 points -- including this massive, two-handed dunk in the second half in Duke's win.

0:44

Ingram slams it home off the steal

Brandon Ingram got the steal and took it all the way for a slam the Cameron Crazies loved.

Georgia Southern - Duke Postgame Breakdown (1:08)
1:13

Grayson Allen scratched in the face

The Duke G took a seat on the bench after he got hit in the face while driving to the basket. But he's back in the game as the No. 7 Blue Devils lead Georgia Southern by almost 30 on ESPN2.

Duke up double digits at half

Matt Jones' 12 points pace the No. 7 Blue Devils as they lead Georgia Southern 47-32 at halftime. Duke is shooting 48.5% from the field as it looks to improve to 9-1 on the season. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

1:00

Allen soars for putback dunk

Missing a shot is no big deal when Duke's Grayson Allen has your back. The No. 7 Blue Devils lead Georgia Southern early on ESPN2.

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Watch: Georgia Southern at (7) Duke

The Blue Devils try to make it seven wins in a row vs. a 3-4 Georgia Southern team that last played a game Dec. 2. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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1351dJeff Goodman

Goodman: Regrading 2009 coaching hires

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1436dEamonn Brennan

Brennan: Looking at all 68 teams in the field

The field is set. Take a first look at the 2015 NCAA tournament college basketball teams. We give a comprehensive look at the full field and provide some answers.

Team Stats

Points Per Game83.4
Rebounds Per Game36.0
Assists Per Game12.9
Points Allowed76.4288th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record0-3
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances3