Texas A&M guard D.J. Hogg ruled out for season with foot injury
Aggie guard D.J. Hogg has been hampered by a foot injury in recent weeks. Though he attempted to play through the pain, Hogg was ruled out for the remainder of the 2016-2017 season on Thursday.
Aggies find new life in dominant 92-62 win over LSU
In a true team effort in which five Aggie players scored in double figures and there were dunks aplenty, Texas A&M beat LSU for a much-needed SEC win at Reed Arena Wednesday night.
Aggies focused on eliminating turnovers with LSU on tap
There seems to be little mystery about why Texas A&M has started SEC play 0-3, with turnovers at the top of the list of reasons why. Facing LSU at home, Billy Kennedy has his Aggies determined to take care of the ball.
Aggies talk about determination to climb out of 0-3 SEC hole
Tuesday Billy Kennedy, DJ Hogg and Tyler Davis met with the media to talk about their early SEC struggles and what it will take to change their fortunes against LSU and the remaining conference games.
Dismal second half dooms Texas A&M against Tennessee, 73-63
Texas A&M was unable to turn its assumed size advantage into anything meaningful on Thursday night, and the Aggies went cold from the field in the second half. Combined, those factors were enough to doom A&M to its fourth loss of the season.
Locker Room Chat: D.J. Hogg discusses hot shooting night and more
D.J. Hogg has struggled from beyond the arc lately, but he was 5-7 from distance against St. Francis. Alex Parker caught up with him after the game to talk about the expansion of his role, his holiday plans and more.
Aggie basketball coaches, players on season progress, road ahead
Players and coaches from both the Texas A&M men's and women's basketball teams gathered in front of the media on Thursday to talk about their respective seasons to date. TexAgs was there to catch the action.
Despite uneven effort, Davis strong as Aggies beat SCSU 83-76
The Bulldogs hung closer than most expected, frustrating coach Billy Kennedy and his players, but four Texas A&M players scored in double digits, led by 22 from Tyler Davis, and the Aggies held on to move to 7-2.
Preview & Logan's Take: Ags eager for Hogg to shake off shooting slump
Texas A&M sharpshooter D.J. Hogg is just one for his last fifteen three-point attempts, and Billy Kennedy expects him to hit start hitting shots soon. The Aggies might just go as far as Hogg takes them.
Five Thoughts: Aggies blow past Matadors in Wooden Legacy, 95-73
DJ Hogg poured in 25 points as Texas A&M moved easily into the winner's bracket of the Wooden Legacy tournament with a dominant win over Cal State Northridge.
Hoops preview: USC offers toughest test of young season for Aggies
After wins over smaller programs, Billy Kennedy's Texas A&M team will host a Trojans team out of the PAC-12 that has scored well and looked strong on the perimeter. The game tips off at 6 p.m. at Reed Arena.
Billy Kennedy, Aggie basketball players on upcoming USC matchup
The Aggie basketball team hasn't really been tested yet, but the upcoming contest with USC should provide a challenge. Texas A&M currently sits at 2-0, and head coach Billy Kennedy feels like his young talent is coming along quite well.
Locker Room Chat: D.J. Hogg on his teammates, offseason progress
TexAgs' Logan Lee spoke to Texas A&M guard D.J. Hogg after the Aggies' win over American on Monday night. Hogg discussed the work he put in over the offseason and the new faces along the bench this season.
Higher Ground: Tyler Davis grows his game beyond the low block
A star as a freshman, Tyler Davis made his living on the inside. In his second year, Davis promises to continue to a force in the paint, but he has diversified his skills and improved his approach, determined to lead the Aggies to the next level.
Acie Law IV breaks down DJ Hogg, looks back on win over Syracuse in '06
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former A&M and NBA basketball player Acie Law IV joined to share his thoughts on the game of DJ Hogg, Danuel House signing a professional contract with the Washington Wizards, beating Syracuse in the 2006 NCAA Tournament and more.
Promise & Potential: The next step for Texas A&M Basketball
Joining last season in the history books are three All-SEC selections and a Sweet Sixteen berth. Surely, Texas A&M should expect a drop-off in 2016-17 ... right? Analyzing the potential of the Aggies' probable starting lineup leads to a different conclusion.
Darby Rich playing central role in Texas A&M Basketball's rise
From the signing of the heralded 2015 recruiting class to the ongoing run through the NCAA Tournament, Billy Kennedy' staff is poised to take Texas A&M to new heights now and in the future. Central to that mix is Strength and Conditioning Coach Darby Rich.
Texas A&M stuns UNI with historic comeback, steals 92-88 2OT win
The Texas A&M basketball team and Aggie fans everywhere watched in unison Sunday night as a shot at the Sweet Sixteen seemingly slipped away. Then, in a half-minute that will go down in Tournament history, the Aggies came back — and went on to win in double overtime.
Five Thoughts: Texas A&M 92, Green Bay 65 (NCAA 1st Round)
Survive and advance is the mantra, but on Friday Texas A&M did much more than that. Swimming in a sea of upsets, the Aggies shook off a slow start and pasted Green Bay to move on to the second round. In the process, they learned something else about themselves.
The Program: Thoughts on Aggie Hoops in the postseason & beyond
It's been an unforgettable season at Texas A&M, and it's not over. The SEC Tournament's No. 1 seed awaits, followed by a shot at a run to the Final Four. How far can these Aggies go — and how far can the program take this year's momentum?