The Crimson Tide opened the game on fire, making seven of its first 13 field goal attempts to lead 15-3 on a dunk by freshman forward Galin Smith with 14:18 left in the first half.
While Locksley is not necessarily a household name in the way that Lane Kiffin and Steve Sarkisian were under Saban, that might actually be a desirable thing and, if nothing else, the Tide are once again set up for big-time success. But a gritty performance down the stretch, including four Dazon Ingram free throws on a pair of critical one-and-one opportunities in the final 90 seconds lifted the Crimson Tide (13-6, 5-2 SEC) to a 68-62 victory, their fourth consecutive win.
At the 3:08 mark the game was tied 58-58.
"I have no expectations until I can see him out on the floor today", Johnson said Friday afternoon of Sexton's availability today. Alabama started the second half cold, while the Bulldogs put together an 11-2 run, mostly on three, 3's from Lamar Peters. "It is a tough loss considering how we fought back and gave ourselves a chance". "I got hot at the right time". Quinndary Weatherspoon scored 12 points, Aric Holman had 11 points and 10 rebounds and Abdul Ado scored 11.
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For the contest, MSU hit 21 of 56 shots from the field (37.5 percent), 7 of 23 shots from 3-point range (30.4 percent) and 13 of 16 shots from the foul line (81.3 percent). MSU made five threes in the second half compared to the two they made in the first half. Has won eight of the last nine meetings, including the last four.
Alabama was without its leading scorer Collin Sexton and his 19.3 points per game average due to an abdominal injury.
Following the strong first half, the Crimson Tide shot just 31 percent (9-of-29) from the floor in the second half, including just 1-of-8 from 3-point range.
Alabama basketball travels to Oxford, MS Tuesday night to play Ole Miss.