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.