Tabb leads Alabama A&M in an 83-69 romp past Prairie View
Quinterian McConico's layup with two seconds left in the first half sent the Bulldogs to the locker room with a 12-point lead, and a second layup less than three minutes into the second half pushed that lead to 20 points, 51-31. The lead expanded to as many as 23 points down the stretch.
McConico and Nicholas West each contributed 14 points for Alabama A&M (7-10, 3-5 Southwestern Athletic Conference). The Bulldogs shot a brisk 25 of 52 from the field (48.1 percent), including 7 of 19 from 3-point range, and were 26 of 33 at the free-throw line.