Minnesota basketball plays Alabama A&M on Tuesday, November 21. Find the score, live updates and stats below.
Minnesota is 4-0 with wins against USC Upstate, Providence, Niagara and Western Carolina. The Gophers are ranked No. 14 in the AP Poll Top 25.
Minnesota-Alabama A&M basketball: Score, live updates
Final: Minnesota 100, Alabama A&M 57 | Box score
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Minnesota-Alabama A&M basketball: Time, game information
Minnesota basketball plays Alabama A&M at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on Tuesday, Nov. 21.
Time: 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 21.
Location: Williams Arena in Minneapolis, Minn.
TV channel: Big Ten Network
Minnesota-Alabama A&M basketball: Watch online
The Minnesota-Niagara basketball game isn’t on TV. But it can be watched online through Big Ten Network TV (BTN TV).
Minnesota-Alabama A&M basketball: Preview
In the first meeting between the Golden Gophers and the Aggies, the home team comes in undefeated at 4-0, while the visitors are 0-3 after falling to Ohio, Samford and Alabama.
The Gophers are 4-0 against SWAC teams and in his career, Richard Pitino is 1-0.
Jordan Murphy earned his second-straight Big Ten Player of the Week award and leads the conference in points per game with 24.9 and rebounds at 12.8 while posting double-doubles in every contest.
Murphy isn’t alone in the scoring for the Gophers though, as all five of their starters are currently averaging over 10 points.
Dupree McBrayer (11), Reggie Lynch (12.8), Amir Coffee (14) and Nate Mason (14) round out the elite scoring for the Gophers, who are averaging 94.2 points per game to opponents 74.
There are two Aggies in double-digit scoring, led by Arthur Johnson with 14.7 points and 6.3 boards per game while De’Ederick Petty is the other player with 13 points.
In their last game, the Gophers dismantled the Catamounts 92-64.
Murphy led the way with 23 points and 11 boards. Behind him was Amir Coffee with 15, Dupree McBrayer with 14, Nate Mason with 13 and Isaiah Washington with 10.
Once the Gophers get past the Aggies, they’ll face a steeper challenge against UMass and Alabama on back-to-back days on Nov. 24 and 25 at the Barclays Center classic in Brooklyn, New York.
They’ll then get Miami on at home on Nov. 29 before welcoming Rutgers to start Big Ten play on Dec. 3.
Freshman Isaiah Washington has been a spark off the bench for the team, averaging 7.5 points and nine assists per game.