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Texas A&M - Kingsville
W 81-74
Northwestern State
W 77-63
ULM
W 63-57
Gonzaga
L 49-79
Troy
W 56-52
Harvard *
L 51-62
Temple *
L 42-65
Fairfield *
L 62-67
Texas *
L 50-60
Texas A&M Corpus Christi
W 63-60
Oregon State
W 64-49
Texas Southern
W 58-55
@ Arkansas
L 59-69
Ole Miss
W 57-47
@ Vanderbilt
W 69-50
LSU
L 85-89
South Carolina
L 67-81
@ Missouri
W 66-64
Oklahoma State
L 62-73
@ Tennessee
W 63-58
@ Georgia
L 48-63
Missouri
W 68-51
@ South Carolina
L 54-74
Florida
L 61-78
Georgia
W 74-69
@ Alabama
W 74-68
Mississippi State
W 87-75
Kentucky
L 60-69
@ LSU
L 50-64
@ Auburn
W 78-75
Arkansas
W 77-69
Missouri *
3/12
* Game played at neutral site
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SEC Standings

SCHOOL
CONF
OVERALL
Kentucky
15-3
25-6
Auburn
12-6
25-6
LSU
12-6
21-10
Florida
11-7
19-12
Mississippi State
10-7
19-11
South Carolina
10-8
18-13
Texas A&M
10-8
16-14
Tennessee
9-9
17-14
Alabama
8-10
16-15
Arkansas
7-11
19-12
Missouri
7-11
15-16
Ole Miss
6-11
15-15
Georgia
5-13
15-16
Vanderbilt
3-15
11-20
Buzz Williams was the main factor in Kevin Marfo choosing Texas A&M
5 days ago by Gabe Bock
Big-time graduate transfer Kevin Marfo is headed to Aggieland for his final season of college hoops. The nation's leading rebounder joined TexAgs Radio to discuss how he decided on Texas A&M despite having never visited College Station.
Booked: New grad transfer Kevin Marfo
6 days ago by Gabe Bock
Buzz Williams and A&M land a big one with grad transfer Kevin Marfo
7 days ago by Logan Lee
Logan Lee shares his thoughts on graduate transfer Kevin Marfo who announced on Saturday afternoon that he could be playing his final collegiate season at Texas A&M. Marfo will provide a much-needed inside presence for the Aggies in year two under Buzz Williams.
Nation's top rebounder Kevin Marfo to join Texas A&M as grad transfer
7 days ago by David Sandhop
Quinnipiac graduate transfer Kevin Marfo announced on Saturday that he would be coming to Texas A&M to play his final year of college hoops. Marfo will add an important inside presence as he led the nation in rebounding last year, averaging 13.3 board per game.
If there was an A&M athlete Mount Rushmore, who would be on it?
9 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Gabe Bock and Olin Buchanan kicked around the idea of an Aggie athletics Mount Rushmore. Who were the best to ever don the Maroon & White? Who gets a nod? See if your list matches with ours.
Top Ten: Texas A&M's greatest NCAA Tournament moments
9 days ago by Lia Musgrave
With the absence of the 2020 NCAA men's and women's tournaments, there's a basketball void needing to be filled, so here's our list of the greatest moments in Aggie basketball's NCAA Tournament history.
Logan Lee builds his Texas Aggie basketball team of the past 15 years
10 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former Aggie basketball player and current analyst Logan lee joined to build his All-Time A&M roster from the Gillispie-era on with only $15 and 25 players to choose from.
Dr. John Thornton shares his memories of the late David Edwards
11 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former A&M player, coach, and interim AD Dr. John Thornton joined to offer his thoughts on the passing of former A&M point guard David Edwards.
Joe "Big Money" Wilbert reflects on the life of former A&M teammate David Edwards
12 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Joe "Big Money" Wilbert joined to remember his friend and teammate David Edwards who passed away on Monday night. Die-hard A&M hoops fan David Sandhop also joined to remember one of the greats.
Former Texas A&M basketball player David Edwards dies after battling COVID-19
12 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Charles Henderson, who was a teammate of David Edwards at Texas A&M in the 1990s, broke the news on social media Monday night that Edwards has died from coronavirus. Edwards played for the Aggies from 1991-1994 and is second all-time in assists at A&M
Jason Rollo analyzes the insurance aspect of the NCAA Tournament's cancelation
13 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Rollo Insurance President & CEO Jason Rollo joined to analyze the insurance side of the NCAA Tournament's cancelation, and the liability issue of sports' return.
I miss the tourney, but I miss filling out the bracket with my dad more
14 days ago by Brendan Marks
March Madness is much more than a three-week slate of wild college basketball games and bracket challenges at work. The NCAA Tournament means so much to so many, and missing the 2020 bracket means a bit more to The Athletic's Brendan Marks.
Legendary A&M play-by-play man Dave South ready for his retirement
16 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Aggie broadcasting icon Dave South joined to discuss the sudden end to his 50-year career calling collegiate athletics and why he's not saddened the coronavirus cut his final baseball season short.
Mark French reflects on his final season in Aggieland following abrupt ending
16 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, departing senior Mark French joined to discuss his final season with Texas A&M basketball as well as share a player perspective on the coronavirus' shutdown of the 2020 SEC Basketball Tournament.
Thornton: Buzz & the Aggies will be able to build on this foundation
16 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, the good doctor, John Thornton, joined to share his thoughts on the 2019-2020 season coming to an abrupt close and the foundation that was laid by this year's squad.
After abrupt end to year one, Buzz Williams looks forward to the future at A&M
18 days ago by Olin Buchanan
In November, Texas A&M was considered the worst Power 5 team in the entire country. However, the Aggies closed the season by winning five of the final seven games, giving them plenty to be encouraged by as they move forward in the Buzz Williams-era.
Sankey: SEC will prepare to begin the 2020 football season on schedule
18 days ago by Olin Buchanan
As all winter and spring sports have been canceled, Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey says he plans to begin the 2020 football season as planned. However, Sankey did acknowledge that the conference will adjust as necessary.
Ask Liucci: Proof-of-Sports-Life Edition
19 days ago by Billy Liucci
What if we told you it was still possible to cover and talk about sports in the apparently sports-free era of social distancing? Billy Liucci proves it in spades, discussing how football pre-season preparation may change, expectations for the 2020 roster, and much, much more.
Buzz Williams looks back on whirlwind week for program
20 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Texas A&M men's basketball coach Buzz Williams joined to detail the Aggies' trip to Music City for the SEC Tournament after the COVID-19 outbreak canceled the event.
Huguenin: Right or wrong, Rudy Gobert will be remembered by sports fans
20 days ago by Gabe Bock
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, The Athletic's college football editor Mike Huguenin joined to discuss life in a sports-less world in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and whether or not Rudy Gobert will be remembered as a hero or an idiot.
 
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