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Texas A&M's season ends with 80-54 loss to Mississippi State in SEC Tournament
4 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies' season was ended on Thursday night after losing to the Mississippi State Bulldogs 80-54 in the second round of the SEC Tournament. Savion Flagg led the Aggies in the loss, scoring 21 and grabbing 10 rebounds.
Unanswered three-pointers too much for Aggies in 92-81 loss to Bulldogs
10 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies ended regular season play Saturday losing to Mississippi State in Starkville, unable to recover from a 46-34 halftime deficit and a barrage of State three-pointers. A&m now turns its attention to Vanderbilt, who they will face in the first round of the SEC Tournament on Wednesday.
Aggies have chance to gain momentum before SEC Tournament as they play Bulldogs
11 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The A&M basketball team's SEC regular season play will come to an end on Saturday afternoon as the Aggies play at Mississippi State. The maroon and white - who have been plagued with injuries this season - will need all hands on deck against the Bulldogs who have a double-bye to play for.
Starks, Chandler combine for 37 points as Aggies collar Dawgs, 73-56
1 mo ago by Ryan MacDonald
With Josh Nebo sidelined with a sprained MCL, the Aggies leaned on stellar guard play from TJ Starks (19 points) and Jay Jay Chandler (18 points) to take down a struggling Georgia side, 73-56. Christian Mekowulu came up big as well, netting 15 points and grabbing 15 rebounds.
Strong defensive effort from Aggies key to upsetting No. 19 LSU
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies won their last game against Kansas State and showed improvements on both ends of the floor. With a dominant offensive force in No. 19 LSU coming to Reed Arena tomorrow night, Texas A&M will have limit the Tigers' scoring if they want to pull off an upset.
Aggies look to find consistency on both ends of the court against Kansas State
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggie men's basketball team has now lost six of their last seven games, with inconsistency on both ends of the court causing problems. With a hot Kansas State team coming to College Station tomorrow, Texas A&M will look to break out of their slump.
Billy Kennedy, Jay Jay Chandler discuss loss against Auburn, preview Missouri
2 mo ago by Brad Countie
The Aggies will look to bounce back at home on Saturday following a tough loss taken at the hands of No. 14 Auburn. With a difficult stretch of games ahead for the Aggies, the team sees their match against Missouri as a must win.
Aggies in desperate need of a home win against struggling Missouri
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M suffered a 19 point loss against Auburn last Wednesday night in a game that saw the team struggle on both ends of the floor. To keep their season from slipping away, the Aggies need to come away with a victory against Missouri on Saturday afternoon.
Billy Kennedy, Jay Jay Chandler discuss 0-2 SEC start, preview Alabama
2 mo ago by TexAgs
The Aggie men's basketball team is off to a slow start to SEC play, and Billy Kennedy and Jay Jay Chandler met with the media ahead of tomorrow afternoon's match against Alabama to detail what the team is doing to put an end to their losing streak.
Strong night from the perimeter can't propel Aggies past No. 18 Kentucky
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies needed nearly everything to go right for them to upset No. 18 Kentucky inside Rupp Arena. While Texas A&M shot well from outside, they could not find the basket late and their 19 turnovers were too much to overcome.
A&M looks to make strides in 3 point shooting, defense against Oregon State
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggie men's basketball team has been abysmal from outside the arc, coming in at second to last in the nation. After an extended break due to a cancelled game, Texas A&M will look to improve from outside and in playing solid defense against a strong Oregon State team.
Aggie players discuss recent practice, look towards Oregon State
3 mo ago by TexAgs
Ahead of Texas A&M's Saturday night match against Oregon State, players Josh Nebo and Jay Jay Chandler discuss the team's practices following a 2 week hiatus from games after their match against Boston College was cancelled.
Aggies have little trouble dispatching Savannah State in opener
4 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Despite new faces and expected changes in style of play, Texas A&M didn't look dramatically different from last season's squad in Wednesday's 98-83 season opening win over Savannah State. The Aggies won handily but also committed 24 turnovers and shot just 8-for-38 from deep.
1-on-1 with Jay Jay Chandler: On adjusting to college, A&M's future
1 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Jay Jay Chandler has made an impact as a freshman for Billy Kennedy's basketball team and is looking to lead the Aggies to greater heights during his career. He sits down with Gabe Bock to discuss his life before Texas A&M, his adjustment to the college game and more.
Five Thoughts: Texas A&M 68, Alabama 66
1 yr ago by Logan Lee
TexAgs basketball analyst Logan Lee shares his five thoughts on Texas A&M's win on Saturday, 68-66 over Alabama at Reed Arena. Logan looks's at the play of TJ Starks Jay Jay Chandler and more as the Aggies move to postseason play.
Locker Room Chat: Jay Jay Chandler on topping 'Bama, postseason play
1 yr ago by Logan Lee
Texas A&M guard Jay Jay Chandler provided a spark for the Aggies in the second half against the Crimson Tide and now looks forward to the SEC Tournament with the rest of the team. He sits down with Logan Lee to discuss his performance and where the Aggies go from here.
Texas A&M dismisses Caldwell from team, suspends Chandler indefinitely
1 yr ago by Logan Lee
On Sunday, Texas A&M announced that point guard J.J. Caldwell had been released from the Aggie basketball team and that guard Jay Jay Chandler was suspended indefinitely. Logan Lee runs down the latest hit to A&M Hoops.
Improved guard play crucial to A&M's chances to upset No. 5 Kansas
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Despite returning from injury more than a week ago, neither Admon Gilder or Duane Wilson are at full strength. If the Aggies want leave Allen Fieldhouse with a victory, they must receive improved play in the backcourt.
 
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