JACKSON, Miss. -- Treshawn Bolden scored 18 points and had 10 rebounds and his go-ahead layup with 1:42 left gave Jackson State a 59-56 win over Alabama A&M on Wednesday night.
Jackson State (5-10, 2-0 Southwestern Athletic Conference) got 12 points from Maurice Rivers, Paris Collins scored nine points with three blocked shots and Daughtry scored nine. The Tigers led 30-26 at halftime and outscored Alabama A&M 9-5 in the first 4 1/2 minutes to start the second half.
Andre Kennedy's jumper with 11:38 left capped an 8-0 Bulldogs run to knot the score at 44.
Arthur Johnson scored 11 points and Kennedy added 10 for Alabama A&M (1-14, 1-1).
The rebuilding Wildcats are set to raise the 2018 national championship banner next week -- and also lower expectations for the season to come after multiple NBA departures.
Michigan coach John Beilein can't yell or throw a chest pass yet after his offseason heart surgery, but the coach says he is ready for the upcoming season -- and fully expects to be recovered by that time.
Former Memphis All-American and NBA All-Star Penny Hardaway tipped off his first camp as new coach of the Tigers, and he's "really anxious" to get to work.