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Buzz Williams adds Baraki Simmons to 2019-2020 Class
The 6’7" swingman brings a great deal of versatility and athleticism to next year’s roster
Alex Caruso Receives Qualifying Offer from LA
Our favorite former ballboy is about to get paid
Texas A&M Basketball Releases 2019-2020 SEC Opponents
There’s a fair amount of variety in each year’s SEC hoops schedule, and we got a pretty good draw.
Emanuel Miller Commits to Texas A&M
The Canadian three-star clocks in as a Top 150 prospect and the 22nd ranked power forward overall
Aggie Hoops Early Offseason Roundup
Let’s clear up some personnel moves and also maybe the thing where a player allegedly received a boatload of money stuffed into a pair of shoes
Podcast: The Buzz Williams Episode
The gang nerds out about the most ambitious hoops hire in program history
Buzz Williams Inks Four Texas A&M Basketball Recruits
This was an extraordinary flurry of activity that you just don’t see in the hoops recruiting world
Admon Gilder Enters Transfer Portal
The fifth-year senior is categorized as a graduate transfer and is available to play immediately. We wish him nothing but the best at his next stop.
How Will Buzz Williams Handle Our 2019-2020 Recruiting Situation?
With our coaching switch finally complete, it’s time to turn our eyes towards next year’s roster.
Buzz Williams is Headed to Aggieland
Multiple reports confirm what most of the college basketball world has seemingly known for weeks - that Buzz Williams is about to be named Texas A&M Basketball’s Head Coach
Podcast: Offseason Coaching Buzz with Brent Zwerneman
We sat down with the Houston Chronicle’s Brent Zwerneman and hit a wide variety of offseason Aggie Basketball topics
Carousel SZN: Who’s next for Texas A&M Basketball?
Buzz Williams is the early favorite, but this could go a number of different directions
Billy Kennedy Fired After Eight Seasons At Texas A&M
Billy Kennedy was relieved of his duties after eight years at the helm of Texas A&M Basketball. He leaves with a 151-115 overall record (66-78 in conference play), two trips to the Sweet Sixteen, and the 2015-2016 SEC Championship.
Mississippi State 80, Texas A&M 54
The grind of the last few shorthanded weeks was noticeable as Mississippi State ran riot in our season finale. The Aggies finish the year 14-18 (7-13).
Texas A&M 69, Vanderbilt 52
The Aggies played really well amidst a firestorm of coaching rumors
Podcast: Billy Kennedy and The End Of The Regular Season
This episode was recorded on Sunday, March 10
Report: Billy Kennedy Will Not Return For The 2019-2020 Season
Per a late Tuesday afternoon report from the Houston Chronicle
South Carolina 71, Texas A&M 54
The Gamecocks controlled things from the opening tip, and our late season resurgence completely fell apart
Preview: Texas A&M vs. South Carolina
The injury-depleted Gamecocks limp into College Station riding a three-game losing streak (6:00pm; SEC Network)
Texas A&M 64, Vanderbilt 57
We recovered from a horrid start and improved to 6-10 in SEC play
LSU 66, Texas A&M 55
We made some strides in the last three weeks, but it all fell apart tonight
Preview: Texas A&M at LSU
It’s a road game against the potential SEC Champs. We’ve got nothing to lose. (8:00pm; ESPN2)
Savion Flagg Named SEC Player Of The Week
For the first time this year, an Aggie grabbed conference-wide honors
Texas A&M 87, Arkansas 80
We capped this recent 4-1 stretch with our first EVER win at Bud Walton Arena. This team is flying.
Texas A&M 65, Alabama 56
The season sweep is complete, and the Aggies are now 3-1 in their last four
Preview: Texas A&M vs. Alabama
By all accounts, this game appears to be a coin flip (8:00pm, SEC Network)
South Carolina 84, Texas A&M 77
The Gamecocks buried us under an avalanche of second half threes
Texas A&M 73, Georgia 56
Texas A&M cruised at home for the first time in conference play and secured their first winning streak of 2019 in the process
Preview: Texas A&M vs. Georgia
The Aggies host 1-9 Georgia and attempt to start their first winning streak of 2019 (6:00pm; SEC Network)
Texas A&M 68, Missouri 59
Texas A&M used a 47-point second half outburst to erase a 12-point second half deficit and grab a much needed SEC victory.