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5 Thoughts: Ags extend stay in Nashville for Friday clash with Kentucky
1 mo ago by Tom Schuberth
Texas A&M earned another night's stay in Music City after an 80-71 victory over Ole Miss in the second round of the SEC Tournament. The Aggies hope to prolong their stay in Nashville, facing 2-seeded Kentucky in Friday night's quarterfinals.
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A&M not 'banking' on previous win vs. Kentucky in Nashville rematch
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Back in January, Texas A&M upset then-No. 6 Kentucky in overtime at Reed Arena, and if the Aggies could pull off another upset of the now-No. 9 Wildcats in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals, the Maroon & White could take an at-large NCAA Tournament bid to the bank.
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Tom Hart analyzes what could be a fun final week of the regular season
1 mo ago by David Nuño
The end of the regular season is here as SEC basketball wraps up its schedule on Saturday before heading to the conference tournament in Nashville. ESPN and SEC Network play-by-play voice Tom Hart ran down the most intriguing final-week storylines on TexAgs Radio.
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Resilient Ags offer dramatic reminder in OT victory over No. 6 Kentucky
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Not too long ago, Texas A&M was ranked as high as No. 12 in the AP poll, but after losses to LSU and Auburn, the Aggies were in danger of falling out of the SEC race. However, on Saturday, A&M pulled off the upset of No. 6 Kentucky in overtime, 97-92.
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Keys to the Game: Texas A&M vs. No. 6 Kentucky
3 mo ago by David Sandhop
John Calipari's sixth-ranked Kentucky Wildcats are in College Station for a 1 p.m. matchup at Reed Arena. Ahead of tipoff, David Sandhop shares his keys to a successful afternoon of basketball for Texas A&M against one of the nation's best.
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Scouting Report: Texas A&M vs. No. 6 Kentucky
3 mo ago by Tom Schuberth
John Calipari's youthful and fast No. 6 Kentucky Wildcats are riding a six-game win streak into Saturday's contest against Texas A&M at Reed Arena. With two SEC losses behind them, the Aggies seek their first conference victory and Buzz Williams' first against the Wildcats.
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'Turkey' feast needed for A&M as ultra-fast Kentucky comes to Reed
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
No. 6 Kentucky is second nationally in scoring, which means Texas A&M's defense must be at its best when the Wildcats venture to Reed Arena on Saturday afternoon. It will likely take a plethora of "turkeys" for the Aggies to avoid a different kind of turkey.
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Reed Report: Stumbling to start SEC play, facing No. 6 Kentucky & more
3 mo ago by David Sandhop
Texas A&M basketball has slumped to a 0-2 start in conference play as the sixth-ranked Kentucky Wildcats come to Aggieland on Saturday. Ahead of this weekend's contest with Cal & Co., David Sandhop and Luke Evangelist sat down for another edition of the Reed Report.
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Junior guard Wade Taylor IV named SEC's Preseason Player of the Year
6 mo ago by Richard Zane
A panel of select SEC and national media members has concluded that Texas A&M junior guard Wade Taylor IV is worthy of being the league's preseason Player of the Year. This is the first time an A&M player has received the honor.
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5 Thoughts: Kentucky 76, Texas A&M 67
1 yr ago by Logan Lee
Texas A&M's seven-game winning streak came to an end at Rupp Arena on Saturday afternoon as Oscar Tshiebwe and the Kentucky Wildcats prevailed in what turned out to be a slugfest. Following the game, Logan Lee shares his biggest takeaways from A&M's performance.
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Kentucky's second-chance points too much for A&M to overcome, 76-67
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M battled Kentucky down to the final minutes before the Wildcats secured a nine-point victory, ending the Aggies' seven-game winning streak. Tyrece Radford scored a team-high 22 points, but it was Oscar Tshiebwe & Co. that got the last laugh.
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At A Glance: Discipline key for Texas A&M vs. Calipari's Wildcats
1 yr ago by Logan Lee
While Kentucky's "struggles" have been greatly overexaggerated, John Calipari's Wildcats appear to be back on track following a pair of huge SEC victories. Should Buzz Williams & Co. to emerge from Rupp victorious, the Aggies must play the most disciplined game of the year.
 
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