Haws, Childs lead BYU over Alabama A&M 91-60
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- Buffs' Wright IV to return next season
- Zags F Kispert returning for senior year
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Childs recorded his fifth straight double-double, the seventh longest double-double streak in program history.
Zac Seljaas was 5 of 8 from 3-point range and added 15 points for the Cougars (4-1). Seljaas became the 12th fastest player in BYU history to score 100 career 3-pointers (75 games).
BYU opened with a 12-2 lead and led by double digits the rest of the way after taking a 19-7 lead on Connor Harding's 3-pointer with 10:15 left in the first half. BYU capped the half with one of Seljaas' 3-pointers to lead 46-24 at the break and extended to its largest lead at 89-49 late in the second half.
Evan Wiley had 18 points and Jalen Reeder scored 11 for the Bulldogs (0-4).
Updated November 17, 2018