Jackson State built a 19-3 lead and never trailed. Not until Tobi Ewuosho made a jumper with 5:32 before intermission did Alabama State (8-22, 7-10) reach double digits. Jackson State led 32-11 and went to halftime up 36-12. The Hornets showed some offensive fight in the second half to score 47 points.
Leon Daniels scored 14 for the Hornets and Ewuosho 10.
In a season of streaks for Jackson State, the Tigers now have won three straight following a three-game skid. Prior to that they won five straight on the heels of another string of three consecutive losses.
Alabama State has had a similar season as it has now dropped five in a row after winning five straight.
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