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Kentucky falls to Texas A&M in overtime, 79-77

Troy Taormina | USATSI

© Troy Taormina

© Troy Taormina

Man, that was an ugly. After 45 minutes of complete battle, Texas A&M beat Kentucky on a last second shot, 79-77. 

Nuts doesn’t even start to describe this game. Tyler Ulis scored 22 points and dished 11 assists, followed by Jamal Murray with 21 points. Isaac Humphries filled in ably in the post, scoring 6 points and grabbing 12 crucial rebounds, but got a technical foul in the final seconds after slamming a ball down after a rebound. That one will have people talking tonight.

Derek Willis went down with an ankle injury in the second half and did not return. I’ll have an update on his status as soon as it’s available.

What a game.

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3 Comments for Kentucky falls to Texas A&M in overtime, 79-77

  1. damage_control
    9:07 pm February 20, 2016 Permalink

    I don’t know why BBN love Bilas so much. Every call was wrong against TX A&M and he was actively rooting against the Cats the whole game. Always the case. He’s a fraud and should be banned from hosting KSR until he can manage some semblance of objectivity

  2. bluecrowe
    12:43 pm February 21, 2016 Permalink

    I love Briscoe, but he should not be shooting the ball from the perimeter (anything that is not a layup). The other team considers it a win if Briscoe takes a jumper. He should not give in to that and instead move the ball. Again, I love the kid.