BATON ROUGE, La. -- Malcolm Miller had a game-high 17 points to help Southern University dominate Grambling State 59-31 Saturday night in a Southwest Athletic Conference game.
Brandon Moore had a game-high 11 rebounds to help Southern outrebound Grambling State 54-36.
Though Southern shot 37.7 percent (23 of 61) for the game, Grambling shot its lowest percentage of the season, 19.6 percent (11 of 56).
Southern led by as many as 32 points in the second half.
Grambling (0-19, 0-10) made just five shots in the second half.
Southern shot 36.7 percent (11 of 30) in the first half while Grambling State shot 22.2 percent (6 of 27). Southern led at halftime 28-16.
The Tigers did not have any players in double figure scoring and were led by Terry Rose's 7 points.
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