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GALLERY: Men’s Basketball vs. Kansas State

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Photo by Brandon Holmes

Senior forward Christian Mekowulu swings the ball to the Aggies, starting the game. 

Texas A&M men’s basketball won against Kansas State University by a score of 65-53 in Reed Arena on Jan. 26. Junior guard Wendell Mitchell scored the most points of the night with a total of 22 points.

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  • Senior forward Christian Mekowulu scored a total of 4 points, 3 rebounds, and 1 assist.

    Photo by Brandon Holmes
  • Sophomore guard Tj Starks had the highest amount of assists of the day with a total of 6.

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  • Junior forward Josh Nebo shoots a free throw after being fouled by a Kansas State player. 

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  • Blind-folded cash grabbing is a popular time out antic for Reed Arena, in which a blind-folded person uses the crowd to find the money on the floor.

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  • Texas A&M was down 4 points in the first half of the game. 

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  • During Half time, four boys and four girls competed for the chance to win one men’s and one women’s Aggie Ring through a game of Simon Says. 

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  • During half time, the hula hoop dance team performs one of their hooptastic shows for the Aggie crowd. 

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  • Junior guard Wendell Mitchell faces off against Kansas State player Kamau Stokes for the ball.

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  • Freshman forward John Walked III misses both of his free throw shots. 

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  • The Aggie Dance Team entertains the crowd with intricate dance numbers. 

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  • Senior guard Chris Collins had a total of 3 rebounds for the day.

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  • Sophomore guard Tj Stark led second in points with a total of 12 points scored. 

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  • Senior guard Chris Collins missed all his shots for the day. 

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  • In the second half, junior guard Wendell Mitchell changed the pace of the game with score after score. 

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  • Aggie players and fans celebrate after a final game score of 65-53. 

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  • Senior Yell Leader Connor Joseph leads the Aggie crowd in the War Hymn. 

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