Bethune-Cookman built a 10-point halftime lead, 37-27, but was outscored 49-19 in the second half.
Gibson was 5 of 14 from the field, made three 3-pointers and made all eight of his free-throw attempts. Jackson was 5-of-8 shooting from the floor and made 10 of 14 free throws. Matt Pile added 14 points and KJ Robinson chipped in 10 for Omaha (2-3).
Jackson's jumper tied the game at 49 with 10:46 remaining, sparking a 16-2 run. Gibson's back-to-back 3-pointers capped the surge and the Mavericks led 65-51 with five minutes left. Maitland hit a 3 and Gordon made a layup to pull the Wildcats to 66-56 with 3:39 left before Omaha sealed it with a 10-0 spurt.
Coach K, Duke land blue-chip '20 guard Steward
D.J. Steward, a five-star shooting guard in the 2020 class, selected Duke over Texas and Louisville, giving Mike Krzyzewski his third five-star recruit in next year's group.
Spinal surgery gives UConn's Hurley new outlook
Less than two weeks after having surgery for a degenerative spinal condition that required replacing two disks in his neck with artificial ones, UConn coach Dan Hurley is back at work full-time.
N.Y. senator proposes bill to pay college athletes
New York state Sen. Kevin Parker proposed a bill that includes an amendment that would require college athletic departments to give a 15% share of annual revenue to student-athletes.
|North Carolina A&T||13-3||1||19-13|
|North Carolina Central||10-6||4||18-16|
|South Carolina State||5-11||9||8-26|