Georgetown News
Men's Basketball - Mon, Nov. 9, 2009

Tallahassee, Fla. - The Georgetown College Tigers kept the Seminoles of Florida State on their toes, losing 73-61 in both squad's last exhibition game of the year.

Tallahassee, Fla. - The Georgetown College Tigers kept the Seminoles of Florida State on their toes, losing 73-61 in both squad's last exhibition game of the year.

The Tigers led by six three different times in the first half including an 11-0 run midway through the period.

"I thought we fought well and that our kids gave in their all," said head coach Happy Osborne. "Eddie Gray took care of the ball and really paced the game."

Gray led all scorers with 19 while Moses paced the Tigers in rebounds with six. FSU had three players in double digits, Derwin Kitchen (18), Xavier Gibson (13) and a double-double from Solomon Alabi, 13 points and 12 boards.

Osborne knows the three NCAA Division I games, Louisville, Mississippi State and the finale in Tallahassee, will serve as good preparation for a tough schedule.

"You walk out of here and you know who was in the fox hole with you.  This builds us, brings us closer as a team and maybe we can get a hold of Bruce Pearl on the way home and see what Tennessee is doing on Wednesday."

 
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