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SLIDESHOW: Men’s Basketball Downs Georgia in Thriller

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Freshman forward Robert Williams scored 18 points in Saturday’s victory versus Georgia.

After trailing by as many as 13 points, Texas A&M (10-8; 2-5 SEC) stormed back late in the second half to beat Georgia (12-7; 4-2 SEC), 63-62. After a few turnovers late in the game by the Bulldogs, the Aggies went up by one when Freshman Forward Robert Williams hit a tough shot with 21 seconds left. With 5.6 seconds left, Georgia’s Yante Maten was fouled, but after a long discussion between the referees the game was called due to a clock malfunction that occurred before the foul.
Photos by: Morgan Engel (@cmefoto)

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  • The Aggies came into this game on a tough two game losing streak.

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  • Sophomore Forward D.J. Hogg dunks the ball on a fastbreak. 

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  • Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder plays defense. Gilder has a team leading 31 steals this season. 

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  • Sophomore Center Tyler Davis scored 19 points and grabbed 18 rebounds in the Aggies’ loss to West Virginia. 

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  • Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder looks to pass the ball.

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  • Sophomore Forward D.J. Hogg finished the game with 16 points and 6 rebounds.

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  • Senior Forward Tavario Miller attempts to secure the loose ball.

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  • Sophomore Center Tyler Davis pivots around the defender in order to reach the basket.

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  • Head Coach Billy Kennedy demonstrates his frustration to the referees. 

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  • Graduate Guard J.C. Hampton rises above the Bulldog defender to shoot the ball.

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  • Sophomore Center Tyler Davis shoots the hook shot.

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  • Senior Yell Leader James Pace holds up a young boy dressed as a yell leader.

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  • Sophomore Guard Chris Collins dribbles the ball up the court.

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  • Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder (right) scored a career-high 24 points in Texas A&M’s 81-77 loss to No. 18 West Virginia. Tyler Davis (left) grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds. Robert Williams (back) scored eight points and grabbed 10 boards.

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  • Georgia Junior Forward Yante Maten finished the game with 19 points, the biggest total from both teams.

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  • Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder feeds the ball to Sophomore Center Tyler Davis.

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  • Head Coach Billy Kennedy, Graduate Guard J.C. Hampton, and Junior Center Tonny Trocha-Morelos watch anxiously as their team shoots free throws.

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  • Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder and Freshman Forward Robert Williams led the comeback against the Bulldogs, combing for 29 points.

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  • The Aggies pressed during the last few minutes of the game, and created a few turnovers that turned into crucial points.

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  • A clock malfunction took place with 5.6 seconds left in the game, and after a long deliberation between the referees, they ruled that the game was over. 

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  • Freshman Forward Robert Williams celebrates after the referees call the game and the Aggies seal the win.

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  • Freshman forward Robert Williams sings the Aggie War Hymn alongside fans and teammates. 

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