Texas Southern (11-11, 6-3 Southwestern Athletic Conference) lead 44-43 at halftime before the Bulldogs started the second half with a 16-6 run and led 59-50. The Tigers countered with 17-6 run and took the lead for good on Armstrong's jumper with 8:37 left. Justin Hopkins hit a jumper a little more than three minutes later and Texas Southern led 77-67 with 5:17 to go. Alabama A&M (4-19, 3-6) never got closer than six the rest of the way.
Alabama A&M has yet to win a true road game this season in 13 attempts. The Bulldogs' one win away from home came against Tulane in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Mountain West embraces ShotTracker technology
The Mountain West Conference has announced a partnership with ShotTracker to utilize its data during practices and to make halftime adjustments during conference games.
Bilas has question marks about Reddish
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Nebraska adds former Vols forward Walker
Former Tennessee forward Derrick Walker is transferring to Nebraska, where he will sit out the 2019-20 season.