Hoops Photo Gallery - Texas A&M

The Aggies put up a good fight on Saturday night, but in the end good triumphed over evil and thousands of Aggie fans went home just the way we like them.....as losers.


Brian Boddicker puts in two of his seven points on the night. Boddicker also contributed six rebounds.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Rick Barnes challenged Sydmill Harris to carry more of the scoring load the day before the A&M game and Harris delivered on Saturday night with 17 points, including 3-5 from behind the arc.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


He's back! It was really nice to see Deginald Erskin back in uniform and playing after all he has gone through this season. Erskin did not score but did pull down two rebounds.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


T.J. Ford drives to the basket in the second half. Ford had a game-high nine assists and also grabbed six rebounds.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Brad Buckman gets in position for one of his three rebounds against the Aggies. Buckman also had four points, all of them from the free throw line.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Royal Ivey was fouled on this play and proceeded to hit both of his free throws. As a team, Texas went 32-40 from the line.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Despite tough Aggie defense, Jason Klotz hit this shot late in the game on Saturday night. Klotz has been getting better and better throughout the season and had eight points and five rebounds against A&M.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


James Thomas scores two of his ten points on the night. Thomas was limited to 18 minutes on Saturday, which is one reason why he was only able to grab five rebounds.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Brandon Mouton drives to the basket in the second half. Mouton had 12 points and six rebounds -- as a team, Texas had six players who had at least five rebounds on the night.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


T.J. Ford led Texas with 19 points against the aggies, including this very difficult shot in the second half.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


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