Though patient, A&M AD Scott Woodward embraces high expectations
Texas A&M Athletic Director Scott Woodward sat down with Olin Buchanan to discuss his perspective on the Aggies' big three men's programs. He offered insight on balancing expectations and patience in a program with A&M's natural strengths.
2018 Sweet Sixteen well within reach for Williams, experienced Aggies
Despite a disappointing end to the basketball season, Texas A&M hoops fans have a reason to celebrate. The return of Robert Williams and a very talented core of experienced players means next year's squad will certainly have the look of a Tournament team.
Billy Kennedy puts a wrap on '16-17, talks job security, next season & more
Texas A&M men's basketball coach Billy Kennedy joined Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to discuss the Aggies missing out on the postseason, where he thinks the program is heading, the future of Robert Williams and more.
Freshman phenom Robert Williams' decision looms large for Aggie hoops
Despite Texas A&M's disappointing season and early exit from the SEC Tournament, the future of Aggie basketball could be bright. Just how bright depends on whether Robert Williams is one-and-done or he returns for his sophomore season in Aggieland.
SEC Tournament Thoughts: Vanderbilt 66, Texas A&M 41
Facing one last chance to earn their way into March Madness with a run through the SEC Tournament, the Aggies came out flat and played perhaps their worst game of the year against the Commodores, putting even an NIT bid at risk.
Texas A&M blown out by Vanderbilt in SEC Tournament, 66-41
Texas A&M struggled offensively throughout the night against the Commodores, shooting just 33.3 percent from the field in Nashville. Vanderbilt pulled away in the second half and eliminated the Aggies from the conference tournament.
Now or never: Aggies must conjure March magic with SEC Tournament run
When Texas A&M takes the court against Vanderbilt in their SEC Tournament opener on Thursday, they won't just be looking to avenge two regular season losses, they'll be looking to start a miracle run into March Madness.
Billy Kennedy, Aggie basketball players preview Vanderbilt matchup
Texas A&M is heading to Nashville for the SEC Basketball Tournament and will take on Vanderbilt in the first round on Thursday. Coach Billy Kennedy and players Tyler Davis and Robert Williams spoke to the media after practice on Tuesday.
Billy Kennedy discusses Kentucky loss, SEC Tournament and more
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Texas A&M men's basketball coach Billy Kennedy joined to discuss his team's loss to Kentucky, their upcoming matchup with Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament and more.
Aggies cannot afford to overlook improving Missouri team
With two games left on the SEC slate, Coach Billy Kennedy and his Texas A&M squad know that they can't afford to lose another game. Tuesday's trip to Missouri could prove more challenging than the Tigers' record suggests.
Texas A&M escapes low-scoring affair with Alabama, 56-53
Texas A&M needed a win over the Crimson Tide to keep its postseason hopes alive and got won on Saturday night with a win over Alabama. Tonny Trocha-Morelos came up with a block with 1.3 seconds left to preserve the win.
Texas A&M Men's Hoops falls to Arkansas in Fayetteville, 86-77
Despite 90-percent shooting and 21 points from Tyler Davis, Texas A&M was unable to overcome the Razorbacks in Fayetteville. Admon Gilder added 17 points, and Robert Williams posted a double-double in the loss.
Scouting Report: Texas A&M at Arkansas
In their January meeting at Reed Arena, the Aggies watched an important SEC win slip away as the Razorbacks overcame a 12-point deficit late. Wednesday A&M looks to even the score in what will be a tough road environment.
Five Thoughts: Texas A&M 81, Auburn 62
For the first time in a while, the Aggies turned in a dominant performance that included a tremendous shooting percentage, sound defense and excellent game planning from Coach Billy Kennedy and his staff.
Texas A&M Men's Hoops finds new life in 81-62 shellacking of Auburn
Texas A&M has struggled to find it's identity on offense throughout the season, but that wasn't a problem for the Aggies on Saturday. With big performances from nearly every corner, the Maroon and White pounced on the Tigers and didn't look back.
Efficiency a must for Texas A&M against up-tempo Auburn squad
Texas A&M may be facing an uphill battle against the Tigers on Saturday. The Aggies are short on rest and scoring options, while Auburn is fresh and averages over 80 points per game. To get the win, A&M will have to dig deep and get production from the bench.
Texas A&M stumbles in final minutes in 72-67 loss to Vanderbilt
As has been the case so often this season, Texas A&M was unable to find enough offense to overcome a hot three-point-shooting team. Though the Aggies kept the game close, Vanderbilt pulled away in the final minutes for the victory.
Billy Kennedy discusses playing UF close, facing Vandy on Thursday
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Texas A&M men's basketball coach Billy Kennedy joined to share his thoughts on his team's performance in a loss against Florida last weekend, this week's midweek contest with Vanderbilt and more.
Turnovers, poor bench play plague Aggies in loss to Florida, 71-62
Texas A&M entered Saturday's game against Florida hoping it had turned a corner, but old specters came back to haunt the Aggies in Gainesville. A rash of turnovers, minimal bench production and poor shooting from distance caused the Ags to fall short.
Behind Gilder and Williams, A&M keeps Missouri at bay in 76-73 victory
Texas A&M was unable to put Missouri away for good on Wednesday night, but with hot shooting performances from Admon Gilder and Robert Williams, the Aggies were able to outlast the last-place Tigers en route to their second straight conference win.