A cold shooting Aggie team fell behind nine points early and never recovered as Kansas State cruised to an easy 88-65 Big 12 win.
Senior guard Denis Clemente led Kansas State with 24 points, including five 3-pointers.
Texas A&M fell behind by nine, 13-4, in the first five and a half minutes of play.
Kansas State extended their lead to 15, 39-24, at the 4:06 mark in the first half before taking a 45-33 lead to the lockeroom at halftime.
In the first four minutes of the second half, Kansas State pushed the lead to 20, 54-34.
From there, the Wildcats cruised to an easy 88-65 win over Texas A&M.
Kansas State (14-2, 1-1 Big 12) rebounded from their upset loss at Missouri on Saturday to defeat the Aggies.
Denis Clemente's 24 points includedf five 3-pointers.
Sophomore forward Jamar Samuels came off the bech to score 19 points.
Junior forward Dominique Sutton had a double-double, with 12 rebounds and 12 points.
Texas A&M had a poor shooting night, hitting just 37% from the field and 59% from the free throw line. The 16 missed free throws proved very costly for the Aggies.
Kansas St also dominated the boards, outrebounded the Aggies 42-28.
The Aggies' leading scorer for the season, Donald Sloan, was held to just 8 points.
Texas A&M (12-4, 1-1 Big 12) must now travel to Austin to face No. 1 ranked Texas on Saturday night.