What you need to know:
* Georgia State lost 77-47 Saturday afternoon to South Alabama.
* The Panthers were held to 27% shooting while the Jaguars shot 48%.
* Georgia State travels to Louisiana next week to take on Louisiana and UL Monroe.
ATLANTA - Georgia State struggled to get it going offensively Saturday in a 77-47 loss to South Alabama at the GSU Sports Arena.
South Alabama was hot from the floor in the first half, shooting 50% in the first quarter and 64% in the second quarter. Georgia State found its rhythm in the second half, but it was too little, too late after the Jags built a sizeable lead. Before halftime.
The Panthers were down multiple players Saturday as the leading scorer and rebounder, Tiffany Holston, was out along with freshman Shaquanda Miller-McCray. Tatianna Jackson, who recently returned from an injury looked to get back in a groove and finished with five rebounds.
Georgia State (5-9, 1-2 SBC) goes on the road to Louisiana next week to face Louisiana and UL Monroe in a pair of conference matchups.Follow along with Georgia State on Twitter (@GSU_WBB) for the latest news including updates on plans for inclement weather.