Texas A&M had a nine-point lead on No. 1 Kansas in the second half before the Jayhawks came back and then used a 16-0 run to defeat the Aggies, 79-66, in the Big 12 tournament semifinals.
Texas A&M took an early seven-point lead, 14-7, when Nathan Walkupo hit a 3-pointer on a feed from Donald Sloan at the 14:47 mark in the first half.
Kansas came back to take an 18-16 lead midway through the first half before A&M fought back to take a 38-35 halftime lead.
When Khris Middleton sunk a 3-pointer three minutes into the second half, the Aggies had opened a nine-point lead, 47-38.
Kansas scored eight straight to pull withing a point, 47-46, at the 14:19 mark in the second half.
The game remained close for the next six minutes, with the Aggies still holding a 57-56 lead with 8:50 to go in the game.
Texas A&M then went over four minutes without a point as Kansas went on 16-0 run to open up a 72-57 lead with five minutes to play.
From there the Jayhawks cruised to a 79-66 win over the Aggies.
The Aggies missed Dash Harris, who was held out with an injured wrist.
Texas A&M will now wait to hear Sunday who and where the Aggies will be playing the the first round of the NCAA tournament next week.
Most expect the Aggies to be a No. 5 seed in the NCAA tourney.
Kansas will play the winner of Kansas State-Baylor for the Big 12 touney championship on Saturday, before heading to the NCAA tourney as a No. 1 seed.