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Jackson leads Grambling St. over Alabama A&M 66-58

GRAMBLING, La. (AP) Devante Jackson had 14 points off the bench to lead Grambling State to a 66-58 win over Alabama A&M on Saturday.

Prince Moss had 14 points and seven rebounds for Grambling State (16-15, 10-8 Southwestern Athletic Conference). Axel Mpoyo added seven rebounds.

Dallas Polk-Hilliard, who was second on the Tigers in scoring coming into the contest with 13 points per game, shot only 13 percent in the game (1 of 8).

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Leaders
Points: A. Kennedy12.4
Rebounds: A. Kennedy6.0
Assists: B. Miller4.1
FG%: A. Kennedy48.7%
FT%: No qualifiers
3P%: No qualifiers
Steals: B. Miller1.5
Blocks: A. Kennedy0.6
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke32-6
2 Virginia35-3
3 North Carolina29-7
4 Gonzaga33-4
5 Michigan State32-7
6 Tennessee31-6
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Michigan30-7
9 Texas Tech31-7
10 Florida State29-8
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Virginia35-3
2 Texas Tech31-7
3 Michigan State32-7
4 Duke32-6
5 Auburn30-10
6 Gonzaga33-4
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Purdue26-10
9 North Carolina29-7
10 Tennessee31-6
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Southwestern Athletic Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Prairie View A&M 17-1 22-13
Texas Southern 14-4 24-14
Grambling State 10-8 17-17
UAPB 10-8 13-19
Jackson State 10-8 13-19
Alabama State 9-9 12-19
Alcorn State 6-12 10-21
Southern University 6-12 7-25
Mississippi Valley State 4-14 6-26
Alabama A&M 4-14 5-27
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 60.6 (356)
Rebounds: 9.9 (177)
Assists: 12.0 (275)
FG%: 40.7% (329)
FT%: 62.7% (348)
3P%: 31.4% (314)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 71.4 (179)
Rebounds: 22.3 (338)
Assists: 13.6 (231)
FG%: 46.9% (335)
FT%: 63.7% (8)
3P%: 35.3% (241)
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