It only took Alabama three games with coach Avery Johnson to break 100 points for the first time since a 2013 game against Stillman.
Louisiana-Lafayette scored more points (93) than any opponent the Crimson Tide faced last season except for Xavier (97).Alabama finished the game shooting 60% (15-25) from beyond the arc. The last time the Crimson Tide made more three-point shots occurred in a 2004 game against East Tennessee State.Six Alabama players finished the night. Shannon Hale, Riley Norris and Justin Coleman all scored 18 points to lead the team.Speaking of Coleman, the sophomore finished the night with eight assists, three steals and three rebounds to go along with his double digit point total.Louisiana-Lafayette’s Shawn Long led all scorers with 25 points scored. …read more
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