Clarksville, TN – The Austin Peay Governors are hoping to recover from two excruciating losses this week, as they head back on the road to face East Tennessee on Saturday.
ETSU handed the Govs their first home loss, 80-74, on December 4th.
APSU travels to ETSU Saturday (Michael Rios Clarksville Sports Network)
Austin Peay will hope to avoid their first three-game losing streak this season, and gain their first win against an Atlantic Sun member. The Govs are also seeking their second road victory this season.
Austin Peay is having trouble holding onto the ball.
The Govs had 22 turnovers against Lipscomb, and now have committed 20 or more turnovers three times this season. When APSU commits 18 or more turnovers this season, the Govs are 0-6.
Against Lipscomb, Austin Peay placed five players in double figures for the first time since December 18th, 2012, also a loss to Lipscomb.
After holding Vanderbilt to fewer than 60 points, the Govs permitted 88 to Lipscomb, including 13 three pointers.
East Tennessee has now won five of its last seven games and own an overall 5-6 record.
Rashawn Rembert leads ETSU with a 14.1 ppg scoring average followed by Kinard Gadsen-Gilliard at 10.8ppg.
Gametime is 3:00pm CT and can be heard on the Governors Sports Network.
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