Alabama A&M wins consecutive games for first time since 2016
The Bulldogs, who beat Southern 68-62 on Saturday, won back-to-back games for the first time since March of 2016.
Sophomore Brandon Miller had a career-high 10 assists and tied his career best with seven rebounds for Alabama A&M (4-17, 3-4 Southwestern Conference).
Khari Jabriel Allen hit a 3-pointer to give the Braves a one-point lead with 6:18 to play but they missed their next four field-goal attempts, committed four turnovers and went scoreless for four-plus minutes as the Bulldogs scored 10 of the next 11 points. Troymain Crosby made a layup to end the drought with 44 seconds left before Reginal Johnson’s putback trimmed Alcorn State’s deficit to 67-62 with 23 seconds remaining. Kennedy and Scissum had back-to-back dunks to cap the scoring.
AAMU made just 10 of 32 (31 percent) from the field in the first half but shot 59 percent (17 of 29) after the break.