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The Daily Bull 3.25.16: Pretty Good Little Basketball Season

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It was the best of times it was the blurst of times!? The Aggie Bouncyfouls season came to a screeching halt last night against OU in the Sweet Sixteen, so history must needs be written by future teams. It was a huge letdown game, anticlimactic after Sunday's miracle, but don't get bogged down in disappointment and anger. Plenty of time for that  the first time something goes wrong in a football game this fall. Enjoy these guys' accomplishments: a top-five ranking, beating Texas, winning the SEC, and making college basketball history. Not a bad little season.

LOBO. BRING BACK SHERIFF LOBO. Billy Kennedy's already busy looking to pick up some more transfer help, with New Mexico guard Cullen Neal set to visit College Station in a couple of weeks. Crootin' never sleeps, not even in basketball.

Everybody loves you when you're six runs in the ground. Olsen was alive and crackling with menace last night as the #2 Ags hosted #10 LSU. The home team went up 2-0 early, shuffled through the middle innings on autopilot, then slammed the door with four runs in the 7th and 8th after LSU had deigned to score a single run. Game 2 is tonight on the SEC Network.

WHAT A HELL OF A ROAD TRIP. Imagine riding along for this one. Two legendary Aggies. Two legendary musicians. Their bus breaks down, so they rent a car and drive 400+ miles through Wyoming together. Did they fight over the radio? Did REK pester Lyle to drive? What manner of tall tales got told? Sometimes a road trip is the perfect remedy for whatever ails you, and if you're not ailing it's still a great way to remind yourself how big everything out there is.