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Men’s Basketball vs. Savannah State

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Sophomore Isiah Jasey runs out during the pregame events.

Texas A&M defeated Savannah State University by a score of 98-83 in Reed Arena on Nov. 7. Texas A&M took the lead with the first basket of the game and never lost their lead.

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  • Texas A&M defeated Savannah State by a score of 98-83 in Reed Arena.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Sophomore TJ Starks made six of his 19 shots.

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  • Texas A&M committed 24 turnovers against Savannah State.

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  • Sophomore Savion Flagg celebrates after a basket.

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  • Junior Josh Nebo drives past a defender to dunk on the Savannah State defense.

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  • Sophomore Jay Jay Chandler scored 11 points and two assists against Savannah State.

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  • Sophomore Brandon Mahan calls out to his offense in transition.

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  • Sophomore TJ Starks had 16 points and led the Aggies with 32 minutes played.

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  • Senior Chris Collins was perfect on his four free throw attempts.

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  • Texas A&M was able to score 58 points in the paint compared to Savannah State’s 18 points in the paint.

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  • Senior Christian Mekowulu boxes out a defender for the ball.

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  • Sophomore Jay Jay Chandler blocks a Savannah State player’s three-point shot.

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  • Sophomore Isiah Jasey smiles before taking a free throw.

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  • Texas A&M took 26 free throws as a team and made 16 of those attempts.

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  • Fans were able to participate in contests like Aggie ring scholarships, half-court shots, and many more activities during breaks at the game.

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  • The Texas A&M dance team performed at the basketball game against Savannah State.

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  • Freshman John Walker III scored 10 points and and three rebounds during his 14 minutes of play.

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  • Sophomore Savion Flagg wraps up on the ball to protect it from defenders.

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  • Sophomore Jay Jay Chandler breaks away from the Savannah State defense.

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  • Senior Chris Collins started the game as a guard against Savannah State.

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  • Senior Christian Mekowulu had 14 rebounds and nine points against Savannah State.

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  • Sophomore Savion Flagg led the Aggies in scoring with 24 points and 16 rebounds.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Freshman John Walker III led freshman Texas A&M players with 14 minutes played.

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  • Students show their support when Texas A&M shoots a free throw.

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  • Sophomore TJ Starks celebrates after making his only three point shot of the night.

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  • Collins Joseph of Savannah State led his team with 20 points against Texas A&M.

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  • Sophomore TJ Starks  directs his teammates on the court.

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  • Texas A&M blocked Savannah State eight times as a team.

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  • Texas A&M will play at home in Reed Arena again on Nov. 9th against UC Irvine.

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