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MU Topples Jacksonville State
Poor shooting plagued the Herd in the first half as they connected on 8-of-26 shots including 1-of-12 from behind the three point line. At halftime they held a 21-20 lead.
Marshall picked up the pace offensively in the second half hitting on 12-of-23 shots while limiting the Gamecocks to 9-of-34.
Robert Goff scored 12 and Damier Pitts scored 11 points to lead the Herd in scoring