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A-State has is 8-1 this season when grabbing 35 or more rebounds. The lone loss was a 73-65 loss at Toledo.
The Red Wolves are 7-2 on the season when having fewer three-point attempts in the second half than in the first half. Further, in the nine games in which A-State has fewer three-point attempts in the second half, the Red Wolves have outscored their opponents 309-258 in the second half alone. In the first half of those games, A-State has been outscored 303-265.
The Red Wolves are 7-3 when 25 or more of their points are inside the painted area.
A-State 7-3 this season when opponents score 30 or fewer points in the paint. Georgia State had 24 points in the paint, but A-State lost the matchup.
The Red Wolves are 5-1 this season when earning a trip to the free throw line more than their opponents.
A-State is 6-3 this season when Anthony Livingston sinks three or more free throws. The third loss came Monday when Livingston knocked down 13 of his 14 attempts from the charity stripe.
Sun Belt Conference Games
The Red Wolves are 199-195 (.505) since joining the Sun Belt Conference (SBC) in the 1991-92 season, which includes a season-best 14-4 (.778) mark in the 1997-98 campaign. A-State sports a 129-66 (.662) record at home and is 70-128 (.354) on the road in Sun Belt action.
A-State?head coach John?Brady has registered a 58-56 (.509) record in Sun Belt Conference contests since his arrival in the 2008-09 season, which consists of a 40-16 (.714) home ledger and a 18-40 (.310) away mark.
A-State In January Games
The?Red Wolves have started the new calendar year with an 2-5 mark and are in the midst of a tough January slate. • Dating back to the 2010-11 season, the Red Wolves are 15-7 at home and 4-14 in January road games.
A-State has a total of 11 games this month, the most in the month of January since the 1986-87 season. The 1982-83 schedule had the most January games, with A-State going 8-5 in 13 games.
Since the 2000-01 season, the Red Wolves have a record of 63-60 (.512) in January outings. A-State is 43-21 (.672) at home and 20-39 (.339) on the road in that span of January contests. Under head coach John Brady, A-State is 31-27 (.534) in January games, 23-9 (.719) at home and 8-18 (.308) on the road.
The 2014-15 Red Wolves are on the hunt for the single-season record of eight road wins set in the 1973-74 season. A-State is 5-4 on the road thus far, picking up a fifth road win on Thursday at Appalachian State.
Last year, A-State was 7-7 on the road, just shy of tying the mark. A-State has the most road wins of any Sun Belt Conference member thus far, one better than Georgia Southern and ULM who sport 4-4 marks on the road
Sophomore forward Anthony Livingston has posted three-straight double-doubles and earned Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week honors for his performances against Appalachian State and Texas State. Livingston has topped 20 points six times, including the last two outings and grabbed 15-plus rebounds in two games this year.
In his last three games, Livingston has shot 42 percent (16-38) from the floor, 40 percent (4-10) from beyond the arc and 84 percent (21-25) from the charity stripe while pulling down 40 rebounds and playing 121 of a possible 125 minutes. In those three games, Livingston averages 19.0 points and 13.3 rebounds.
Livingston leads the team in scoring (15.8), a total that ranks seventh in SBC and 144th nationally. Livingston is second in the SBC in rebounding (9.5) and ranks 29th nationally. His field goal percentage (47.1) ranks 14th in the league and 123rd nationally.
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