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GALLERY: Men’s Basketball vs. LSU

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An LSU player knocking the basketball out of Josh Nebo’s hands. Nebo has six offensive rebounds throughout the game. 

Texas A&M lost to Louisiana State University 89-85 after entering overtime play. The Aggies were able to catch up to the Tigers at tie the game at 79 before overtime began. A&M will return to Reed Arena on Jan. 18 to play against South Carolina.  

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  • Wendell Mitchell had one block during the LSU game. 

  • Quenton Jackson slips past an LSU player. Jackson scored eight points during the basketball game. 

  • Quenton Jackson leaps to score a point for Texas A&M. Jackson played a total of 15 minutes in the game. 

  • Jay Jay Chandler dribbles the ball down the court. Chandler scored ten points in the game against LSU.

  • Emanuel Miller aims for hoop to score for Texas A&M. Miller played a little over 13 minutes in the basketball game. 

  • Head Coach Buzz Williams cheers on his players from the sidelines. 

  • Fans cheer on the Aggies. 

  • Savion Flagg pushes his way to get past a LSU player. Flagg scored 16 points during the game. 

  • Josh Nebo falls to the ground as a LSU is given a foul. Nebo scored a total of 20 points. 

  • Head Coach Buzz Williams and players celebrate as the Aggies pull ahead. 

  • Buzz Williams jumps in the air during the basketball game. 

  • Josh Nebo jumps for the ball during tip-off as overtime begins. 

  • Quenton Jackson had eight assists throughout the game. 

  • Andre Gordon dribbles the ball down the court. Gordon scored 17 points against LSU. 

  • Jay Jay Chandler played on the court for almost 31 minutes. 

  • Savion Flagg jumps in the air to score a point for Texas A&M. Flagg made four 3-point baskets. 

  • Josh Nebo jumps for the ball during the tip-ff to begin the game.

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