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SLIDESHOW: Men’s Basketball vs. Arkansas

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Photo by Photo by: Morgan Engel

Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder had a team high 16 points on Tuesday night.

The Texas A&M Aggies (9-7;1-4 SEC) started off strong, going up 15-5 in the first few minutes of Tuesday night’s game, but made too many mistakes throughout the game and wound up losing to the Arkansas Razorbacks (13-4;2-3 SEC), 62-60.
Photos by: Morgan Engel (@cmefoto)

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  • Sophomore Guard Chris Collins converses with his teammates during the game.

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  • Sophomore forward D.J. Hogg had 10 points against the Razorbacks. 

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  • Arkansas Junior Guard Daryl Macon had a team high 16 points against the Aggies.

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  • Freshman Forward Robert Williams calls for the ball during an inbounds play.

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  • Head Coach Billy Kennedy and his coaching staff are upset with a controversial call by the referees. 

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  • Sophomore Center Tyler Davis had 14 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists in the loss.

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  • Sophomore Forward D.J. Hogg twists his body to get around the defenders and make his way to the rim.

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  • Graduate Guard J.C. Hampton cuts through the defense.

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  • Sophomore Forward D.J. Hogg plays defense during the first half.

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  • Sophomore Guard Chris Collins fades in order to get off the elbow jumper.

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  • Freshman Guard Caleb Smith blows by the Razorback defender.

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  • The Aggie dancers perform during the second half of Tuesday’s game against Arkansas. 

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  • Graduate Guard J.C. Hampton throws up the ball while also getting fouled.

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  • Freshman Forward Robert Williams pulls down his own miss, and gathers himself in order to shoot the ball again.

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  • Freshman Forward Robert Williams attempts to box out the Arkansas players.

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  • Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder throws up a last second floater to win the game, but the shot was no good.

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