JACKSON, Miss. -- Tristan Jarrett had 20 points as Jackson State got past Grambling State 71-53 on Saturday.
Roland Griffin, whose 13 points per game entering the matchup was second on Jackson State, shot only 13 percent for the game (1 of 8).
Grambling State scored 16 first-half points, a season low for the team.
Ivy Smith Jr. had 14 points for Grambling State (9-11, 3-4), whose losing streak reached four games.
Jackson State takes on Mississippi Valley State on the road next Saturday. Grambling State matches up against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on the road next Saturday.
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