Drexel vs. Georgia State final score: Panthers fall 77-60 in laugher

Lance King

Georgia State was unable to protect home court advantage on Wednesday as the Panthers suffered a blow-out loss from conference foe Drexel.

The Drexel Dragons roughed up the Georgia State Panthers behind an offensive explosion the Panthers couldn't stop, let alone contain, falling at home by the score of 77-60 on Wednesday to their conference foe.

Despite opening up the second-half down just three points, Georgia State struggled offensively and defensively in the second half, turning the game into a laugher. The Panthers allowed 40 points in the second half and 25 in the game to Drexel's Frantz Massenat, who scored a game high 25 points.

The loss made it five consecutive losses for Georgia State, who haven't won since early December. This blow-out loss, though, would be the least encouraging, as the previous four losses in the skid were all by five points or fewer.

The Panthers will have a few days off before suiting up once again on Jan. 5 when the team hosts the visiting James Madison Dukes. It will be Georgia State's second conference game of the young season.

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