A&M basketball gives up season high 94 points in loss to Arkansas

A&M basketball gives up season high 94 points in loss to Arkansas

Texas A&M's scoring troubles continued throughout the rest of the game, with an overall shooting percentage of 43.6 compared to Arkansas's 49.3.

"I think they are better", Anderson said of the Aggies now versus than on January 30.

Arkansas had four players finish in the double figures, Jaylen Barford led the Hogs with 21 points, Daryl Macon was right behind him adding 20 points. Q1 is the first record that appears on teams' postseason résumés that are reviewed by the committee and takes into consideration home games played against teams in the RPI top 30, neutral-site games against RPI top 50 and road games against RPI top 75. It was the eighth time in the last nine games Macon has scored 20 or more.

A&M's starting five scored between the 10 points by 6-10 forward Robert Williams, seven rebounds and three blocked shots, and Starks' 16 with Hogg scoring 11, guard Admon Gilder 13 points with eight rebounds, and 6-10 forward Tyler Davis' double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds. Injuries and suspensions have left the Aggies thin, particularly at the point guard position. The Hogs shot almost 50 percent from the field in the period in going 16-of-34 from the floor overall and 4-of-12 on 3-pointers. "I thought they shot the ball extremely well and made some tough shots".

Texas A&M blasted Arkansas when the two teams met earlier this season.

Texas A&M entered the game 3rd nationally and tops in the SEC in rebounding with an average of 41.9 per game.

The Razorbacks controlled the glass, out-rebounding the Aggies 45-33, grabbing 19 offensive boards that were converted into 17 second chance points. He also tallied seven strikeouts, which was a career high.

"This is a team that beat us by 15 at their place, and they're one of the better rebounding teams in the country with all that size", Arkansas coach Mike Anderson said.

Texas A&M: The last time the Aggies won in Fayetteville was March 1, 1986, when both teams were members of the Southwest Conference and Arkansas still played in Barnhill Arena. The Hogs trailed 4-2 less than two minutes into the game but went on an 11-0 spurt for a 13-4 lead before the Aggies responded. Texas A&M went 11-of-26 shooting and were 0-of-7 in three-pointers in the first half.

The Aggies return to Reed Arena on Tuesday, Feb. 20 to face Mississippi State at 6 p.m.

Arkansas, in the past often opening the SEC season against the Aggies, this season suffered the misfortune of not drawing their first A&M meeting until January 30.



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