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Men’s Basketball vs UCSB

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Freshman Isaih Jasey warms up with a powerful slam before the Aggie’s match up against UCSB.

Texas A&M defeated UCSB 84-65 Friday night.

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  • Senior center Tony Trocha-Morelos tips off the game against UCSB Friday night for the Aggie’s home opener at Reed Arena.

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  • The Aggies forced 12 turnovers in their 84-65 victory over UCSB Friday night.

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  • Junior forward DJ Hogg had two of the Aggie’s blocks in the season home opener victory over UCSB. 

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  • Junior center Tyler Davis racked up three blocks on UCSB’s offense as the Aggies rolled past the Gauchos.

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  • The Aggie’s defense held UCSB to 65 points and a 37% shooting percentage in their home opener at Reed Arena.

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  • Juniors Tyler Davis and D.J. Hogg led the Aggies with 6 rebounds each.

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  • The Elite and Little Wranglers performed their dances during halftime.

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  • Junior forward D.J. Hogg led the Aggie’s offense with 24 points.

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  • Freshman guard TJ Starks looks for the foul after driving the lane.

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  • Senior center Tonny Trocha-Morelos played a team high 32 minutes.

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  • Jay Jay Chandler (pictured above), Tyler Davis, and Admon Gilder all went perfect on their free throws.

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  • Junior guard Chris Collins lands his floater as he contributes to the Aggie’s 17 points off the bench.

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  • Junior guards Chris Collins and Frank Byers celebrate their victory with the student section while they saw Varsity’s horns off.

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  • Junior forward DJ Hogg pulls up for a jump shot over a UCSB defender.

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