Logan Lee
Director of Sales
Logan graduated from Texas A&M with a B.S. in agricultural leadership & development ('06) and a M.S. in sport management ('08). After graduation, he coached on the basketball staffs at A&M, Kentucky and Paris Junior College. In 2010 Logan started at TexAgs as a basketball and recruiting analyst, but now serves as Director of Sales, along with covering Aggie Basketball. He’s married to Katy (Pounds) Lee, who played at A&M for Gary Blair.
Scouting Report: Arkansas at Texas A&M
Arkansas is a team that thrives on pushing the pace on offense and relentless defensive pressure, so Texas A&M will have to try to control the tempo Tuesday night at Reed. The Razorbacks present a huge test for a struggling Aggie team.
Five Thoughts: Mississippi State 67, Texas A&M 59
Though the Aggies found themselves in position to make a move in the final minutes, they could not close late and dropped another SEC contest. For A&M, the time to alter the course of the season is now.
Familiar frustrations cost A&M in 67-59 road loss to Mississippi State
Eager to prove Wednesday's big win against LSU was the start of a turnaround to their season, the Aggies again struggled with turnovers and the absence of a true point guard, dropping to 1-4 in SEC play.
Scouting Report: Texas A&M at Mississippi State
Fresh off a big home win against LSU, the Aggies must carry confidence and intensity into Saturday's visit to Starkville. Ben Howland's Bulldogs are aggressive and come into the game 2-1 in the SEC.
Five Thoughts: Texas A&M 92, LSU 62
Texas A&M got back to basics and had fun in a dominant win over LSU last night. The Aggies were on the attack from the jump and Chris Collins began to settle into his role after a rough start to SEC play.
Scouting Report: LSU at Texas A&M
After dropping their first three SEC contests, the Aggies are happy to be home against the Tigers on Wednesday evening. Dictating the pace of play and defending LSU's three leaders will be key to a win.
Five Thoughts: South Carolina 79, Texas A&M 68
Texas A&M fell to South Carolina a few days ago, its third consecutive SEC loss. Now, the Aggies need to regroup, clean up the turnovers that have plagued them and find a consistent scoring threat in Admon Gilder before LSU comes to town this week.
Turnover-plagued Aggies drop third straight, fall to Gamecocks, 79-68
Texas A&M Basketball ∙ 10 days ago by Logan Lee
For the second straight games, Texas A&M turned the ball over at least 25 times. Though the Aggies were able to weather the storm for most of the game against South Carolina, the mistakes piled up in another double-digit loss.
Scouting Report: Texas A&M at South Carolina
Texas A&M Basketball ∙ 11 days ago by Logan Lee
Though they are only two games into the SEC schedule, the Aggies face a virtual must-win contest at South Carolina Saturday in order to maintain hopes for post-season play in 2017.
Five Thoughts: #6 Kentucky 100, Texas A&M 58
Texas A&M Basketball ∙ 13 days ago by Logan Lee
Anything that could go wrong for Billy Kennedy and the Aggies against sixth-ranked Kentucky went wrong. A&M was ineffective in every aspect of the game, and the Wildcats cruised the entire night.
Scouting Report: Texas A&M at #6 Kentucky
Texas A&M Basketball ∙ 15 days ago by Logan Lee
The Aggies have taken the Wildcats to overtime in four of their last five games, including the last three. To continue their streak of competing with uber-talented UK, A&M will have to play its best ball of the season.
Five Thoughts: Tennessee 73, Texas A&M 63
Texas A&M Basketball ∙ 18 days ago by Logan Lee
Texas A&M didn't try to do anything special against the Volunteers last night. The Aggies just got out-hustled. They'll need to figure out their energy problem soon, however. Kentucky is on the horizon with South Carolina to follow.
Logan's Take: Aggies must utilize size to overcome Tennessee
Texas A&M Basketball ∙ 19 days ago by Logan Lee
Texas A&M big men Tyler Davis, Robert Williams and Tonny Trocha-Morelos have been key to the Aggies' success so far this year, and they'll be a big part of the game plan against the small, fast lineup the Volunteers will put up against them.
Five Thoughts: Texas A&M 81, St. Francis 58
Texas A&M Basketball ∙ 26 days ago by Logan Lee
Texas A&M controlled last night's game against St. Francis from start to finish, beating the Red Flash with size and accuracy from three-point range, but the Ags still have room for improvement as conference play nears.
Five Thoughts: Arizona 67, Texas A&M 63
Texas A&M Basketball ∙ 29 days ago by Logan Lee
Though the Aggies' late surge showed a refusal to give up, the lack of intensity early, failure to execute key parts of the game plan, and poor free throw shooting were among A&M's fatal flaws on Saturday.
Logan's Take: Texas A&M to take on talented Arizona squad in Houston
Though Arizona only has seven scholarship players, the Wildcats are a dangerous, talented team. Texas A&M will need to neutralize the Wildcats' length and get a good performance from the bench to walk out of the Toyota Center with a win.
Aggies to face Arizona in Houston this Saturday
1 mo ago by Logan Lee
Five Thoughts: Texas A&M 83, South Carolina State 76
The Aggies executed their offensive game plan well and won Saturday, but youth and rebounding struggles created problems. Logan Lee breaks down what went right and what needs to change.
20 basketball tickets to giveaway - TONIGHT
1 mo ago by Logan Lee
Five Thoughts: Texas A&M 80, Denver 58
J.C. Hampton and Tonny-Trocha Morelos had big nights offensively against Denver, and Robert Williams' highlight-reel tendencies appear to be contagious. TexAgs basketball analyst Logan Lee has those thoughts and more inside.
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