Alabama A&M had no answer for Alabama's relentless defense - or well-balanced offense.
The Bulldogs never recovered after making just 1-of-17 shots in the first half, losing to No. 13 Alabama 82-45.
''That was a great defensive team (that we played),'' stated Alabama A&M coach Willie Hayes. ''They were aggressive defensively. Alabama is very talented. I see a bright future for them. I see them going a long way.''
Charles Hankerson Jr. had 16 points and nine rebounds, Nick Jacobs added 15 points and 10 rebounds and Alabama won its 23rd straight home game Wednesday night, beating Alabama A&M 82-45.
Rodney Cooper scored 15 points, Trevor Lacey had 12 points and Levi Randolph 11 for the Crimson Tide (6-0).
''It was awesome seeing the whole team do well, seeing everybody succeed,'' Hankerson said. ''We worked so hard and we put everything into this. It was good just seeing everybody doing their thing out there. We just wanted to step up whenever our number was called. I ...