Texas Aggie Men's Basketball
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The Aggies will look to prove their mettle against the No. 12 team in the country. A win undoubtedly vaults the Aggies into the Top 25 and puts them squarely in the NCAA tournament conversation.
Will be worn vs. Kentucky on Wednesday night
Texas A&M’s national profile continues to rise
After knocking off Arkansas on Saturday, the Aggies are looking for a 3-0 start in the SEC when they host a dangerous yet inconsistent Rebels team on Tuesday night.
The Aggie face the Razorbacks in an early conference test on Saturday at noon. This one should be a fun game between two evenly matched teams.
A&M is a 7-point road favorite against the Dawgs. These two teams looked similar to start the season, but things haven’t gone well for the Bulldogs so far.
The Aggies posted an 11-2 record in the non-conference portion of their schedule. In part 1, let’s take a look at the team’s performance collectively.
Fourteen Aggies logged minutes. Fourteen Aggies scored points. The Aggies won 102-52, breaking 100 for the first time since 2017.
Jackson was the unquestioned leader for the Aggies in Vegas, leading the team in points and steals for the tournament
The Aggies overcame a 14 point second half deficit to win the consolation side of the bracket. This was the best win of the young season for A&M.
Again, the Ags jumped out to an early lead. But this time they managed to control the pace of the game and utilized their defense to keep the Bulldogs at bay.
If you stopped watching after the first 15 minutes, it felt the Aggies were world beaters. Unfortunately, the last 25 minutes were problematic.
Henry Coleman is a revelation. Now we just have to work on shooting from outside 15 feet.