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Basketball

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Elmore Gymnasium
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Normal, Alabama

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Bulldogs

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
23 Jan 22 Texas Southern  -  Alabama A&M
25 Jan 22 Prairie View  -  Alabama A&M
29 Jan 22 Alabama A&M  -  Florida A&M
31 Jan 22 Alabama A&M  -  Bethune-Cookman
05 Feb 22 Southern  -  Alabama A&M

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15 Jan 22 Alabama State  59 - 55  Alabama A&M
11 Jan 22 Alabama A&M  60 - 58  Jackson State
08 Jan 22 Alabama A&M  71 - 78  Alcorn State
06 Jan 22 Mississippi Valley  67 - 72  Alabama A&M
04 Jan 22 Arkansas-Pine Bluff  50 - 70  Alabama A&M

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The Alabama A&M Fighting Bulldogs Men's Basketball team is the basketball team that represents Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University in Normal, Alabama. The school's team currently competes in the Southwestern Athletic Conference and are led by interim head coach Dylan Howard. Prior to the "Fighting Bulldogs" move to Division 1 in 1998, the team was a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and a consistent presence in the Division II tournament.

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T.M. Elmore Gymnasium is a 6,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Normal, the northern part of Huntsville, Alabama, United States. It is home to the Alabama A&M University Bulldogs men's and women's basketball teams and women's volleyball team. The gymnasium is informally known as "The Dog House" due to the hot temperature and loud environment for opposing teams. In February 1996, Elmore Gymnasium was ranked the "fourth-toughest place to play" in NCAA Division II basketball by Division II Bulletin.

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