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Slideshow: Texas A&M vs. No. 9 Kentucky

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Freshman forward Robert Williams finished the game with 20 points, 13 rebounds and 2 blocks. 

In the season finale at Reed Arena, the visiting No. 9 Kentucky Wildcats (26-5; 16-3 SEC) overcame an early 15-point lead by the Texas A&M Aggies (16-14; 8-9 SEC) to claim the SEC regular season title. Final score, 71-63.
Photos by: C. Morgan Engel (@cmefoto)

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  • Freshman forward Robert Williams was on the receiving end of multiple alley-oops against the Wildcats. 

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  • Recent Student Body President candidate Ben Ikwuagwu sang the National Anthem before the game.

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  • Seniors Tavario Miller and J.C. Hampton receive their game jerseys on Senior Recognition day.

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  • The Aggies will be seeking revenge after a 100-58 loss to Kentucky earlier this season. 

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  • Junior center Tonny Trocha-Morelos fades over the Wildcat defender. 

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  • Kentucky freshman guard De’Aaron Fox finished the game with 19 points.

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  • Former football starts Johnny Manziel, Sean Porter, and Mike Evans attended Saturday morning’s game against No .9 Kentucky. 

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  • Kentucky freshman guard Malik Monk leads the SEC in points per game (21.7) and 3-point field goal percentage (41%).

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  • Head Coach Billy Kennedy spoke on the ongoing FBI investigation in college basketball Tuesday morning.

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  • Senior forward Tavario Miller started in his last game at Reed Arena. 

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  • Kentucky freshman guards Malik MonkDe’Aaron Fox, and forward Edrice Adebayo combined for 38 points against the Aggies. 

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  • Head Coach John Calipari is 6-2 all-time against the Aggies. 

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  • Sophomore guard Admon Gilder ranks second in the SEC in steals per game (2.0).

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  • Sophomore center Tyler Davis stretches upwards to dunk the ball. 

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  • Senior foward Tavario Miller stretches for a loose ball. 

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  • Sophomore guard Admon Gilder dives on the floor for the loose ball.

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  • Sophomore center Tyler Davis is averaging 14 points per contest this season

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  • Junior center Tonny Trocha-Morelos finished the game with 7 points and 10 assists. 

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  • The last three home matchups against Kentucky have all gone to overtime. 

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  • Freshman forward Robert Williams throws down an alley-oop pass from Senior guard J.C. Hampton.

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  • Sophomore guard Admon Gidler finished the day with 22 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists.

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  • Sophomore guard Chase Carlton played 12 minutes in the second half. 

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