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Georgia Tech 97, Winston-Salem 46

ATLANTA (AP) -- Anthony Morrow scored 21 points and Javaris
Crittenton had 13 points and nine assists in Georgia Tech's 97-46
victory over Winston-Salem State on Wednesday night.

The Yellow Jackets (11-3) never trailed after Morrow hit the
first of seven 3-pointers for a 15-12 lead.

Darius Floyd led Winston-Salem State with 15 points. The Rams
(1-17) have lost 14 straight games, all of them outside North
Carolina.

Georgia Tech's front line of Jeremis Smith, Ra'Sean Dickey and
Mouhammad Faye combined for 30 points and 23 rebounds. Faye, a
red-shirt freshman, made his second career start.

Morrow, a reserve junior guard, hit a career-high seven shots
beyond the arc.

Crittenton, a freshman point guard, led a fast-break offense
that outscored Winston-Salem State 22-6.

The Jackets improved to 156-9 against non-conference opponents
at Alexander Memorial Coliseum. After losing its Atlantic Coast
Conference opener at Miami last month, Georgia Tech will visit No.
23 Clemson (15-0, 1-0) on Saturday.

Guard Lewis Clinch, who has fallen out of favor with Jackets
coach Paul Hewitt despite entering with a 14.2 scoring average
that's second on the team, didn't start for the second straight
game. He played a career-low five minutes and finished with no
points.

Winston-Salem State is playing a Division I schedule for the
first full season as members of the Mid-Eastern Athletic
Conference.

The Rams' lone victory, 67-44 over Anderson, S.C., came in the
opener. They visit MEAC opponent Morgan State on Friday night.