JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Travis Wallace turned in 24 points as North Florida won its third straight game, 84-70, over Lipscomb Monday in Atlantic Sun Conference action.
Wallace was fresh off earning Atlantic Sun Player of the Week honors and has scored 20-plus points in four straight after failing to do so in each of the Ospreys' first nine games.
Beau Beech scored 17 points and Parker Smith 16 as the pair went 5 of 11 and 4 of 9, respectively, from 3-point range for North Florida (6-8, 2-0). Smith entered sixth in the country with 3.7 3-pointers per game. Will Wilson added 11 assists.
Malcolm Smith led the Bisons (5-7, 0-2) with 18 points and 13 rebounds for his second double-double this year.
The Ospreys' Travis Wallace snapped a 62-all tie with a jumper with 6:59 left to spark a 10-1 run, and Lipscomb never pulled closer than seven points after that.
The Redskins will be without starting left guard Shaun Lauvao against the Packers on Sunday. Lauvao has been out of practice all week with a calf injury.
In his absence, starting center Chase Roullier will move over to left guard and veteran Tony Bergstrom will start at center. Earlier this week Gruden explained that the coaches believe that this is their most effective combination.
Reserve safety, Troy Apke, is also out. He will miss his second straight game with a hamstring injury.
Questionable are WR Maurice Harris (concussion), WR Paul Richardson (shoulder), and LB Zach Brown (oblique).
Harris missed the last three preseason games and the first two games of the regular season with his concussion. After being a full participant in practice all week, it appears that he is ready to play but they are awaiting final word.
“We’re going to find out tomorrow whether he can go or not,” said Jay Gruden. “But he’s been cleared to practice, he had a good week of practice. We’ll find out the final word tomorrow.”
If Harris plays that means that it is likely that new receivers Brashaud Perriman and Michael Floyd will be inactive. That is Gruden’s preferred plan as both just joined the team earlier this week.
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Three of the NBA's best North Carolina-raised stars are teaming up to help relief efforts back home following the devastation of Hurricane Florence.
Wizards guard John Wall has collaborated with Warriors guard Stephen Curry and Rockets guard Chris Paul to field donations through social media in an initiative aptly called 'Assist for Hurricane Florence.'
The trio has joined forces on Twitter and Instagram to get the donation link out there:
Wall, who is originally from Raleigh, also did his part to warn residents before the storm hit land to prepare for its impact.
As with other big storms, the rebuild of communities affected by Hurricane Florence will likely take years. As of Friday morning, the three All-Star guards had raised over $50,000.
Unfortunately, the hometowns and states of Wizards players have been rattled by hurricanes in recent offseasons. Last summer, they had three players from Houston, Texas who were affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Then-Wizards guard Sheldon Mac was in Houston when the hurricane hit and was staying in a neighborhood that flooded. Wall and teammate Bradley Beal organized fundraising for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts as well.
To donate to the organization Wall, Curry and Paul are promoting, click here.
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