2014-2015 Texas A&M Aggies Men's Basketball Schedule
The Aggies are back with another talented team loaded
with playmakers, giving fans plenty of reasons to get out and show their support as they look to make a big move up the conference
standings. There's something special about being there when the Aggies take to the court against a prominent foe, though that's
something that you clearly have to see first-hand to truly appreciate it. The SEC is known for being one of the toughest conferences
in all of college basketball, but the Aggies are up for the challenge as they look to shoot their way up the conference standings.
that's exactly why Reed Arena is going to be absolutely packed to the brim with excitement all season long as the Aggies look
to make their mark this season. Come out and see the Aggies take on powerhouse after powerhouse in a season sure to be loaded
with smooth jumpers, nail-biting moments and spectacular finishes that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time.
The schedule is as loaded as ever, bringing the Aggies up against some superstar-level talent that will make fur incredible
matchups all season long.
But it's also not just about the home games at Reed Arena. Though home games are obviously
a must, there is something extra special about being there when the game is on the line on the road, as you'll get an opportunity
to see your favorite team from a completely different perspective. Once you're there in the middle of a nail-biter that has
everyone at the edges of their seats, you'll understand loud and clear why basketball played at this level is still as good
as it gets. It won't be easy for the Aggies thanks to the talent level, but they have some explosive playmakers that definitely
won't allow them to go quietly no matter how stiff the competition is this season.
Texas A&M Aggies Basketball
Playing in the ultra-competitiveSEC, the Aggies continue to be one of the top programs in the country. Their
best players often go on to play in the NBA, including recent players like Acie Law IV, Antoine Wright and DeAndre Jordan,
and you never know when you're going to see the next great player destined for stardom on the next level. There's never a
dull moment in the SEC, and the Aggies routinely find themselves in the biggest matchups of the season in conference play,
as they go head-to-head with other touted programs like Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky and many more. We know that the
SEC is great for football as well, but this is a conference that can really bring it on the hardwood as well, and the Aggies
will be looking to take their game to the next level all season long as they take aim at the top of the standings.
NCAA Basketball Experience
There's nothing like being in the stands when the game is on the line, but you're
not going to really understand that if you're planning on sitting at home and watching the highly anticipated game from your
couch. College basketball has plenty of great games on the schedule each and every season, from plenty of top-tier regular
season battles to Tournament clashes that you'll have to see first-hand to believe. These are some of the best amateur athletes
in the entire world, and games in the SEC tend to be loaded with stars who can light up the scoreboard (and the audience)
in a real hurry. Even if the pros are great to watch too, there is something extra special about seeing a great team when
it's only university pride on the line, which is exactly what you're going to get if you head out to see the Aggies in action
Texas A&M Aggies Basketball History
The Texas A&M basketball program goes back a
long way, but things really started to come together in the 1960s when Shelby Metcalf took over. The Aggies would reach their
first Sweet Sixteen in 1969, a feat that they have duplicated two more times. Fans of the Aggies hoops program have been treated
to some incredible games over the years, and that's a big reason that this team boasts such a great fan base. The Aggies have
made more than 10 appearances in the NCAA Tournament, and the team is hoping to add to that total this season. Though this
is a program that is also noted for being one of the best football teams around, College Station, Texas springs to life every
time the Aggies hit the court as well, making Aggies basketball something to behold if you love college hoops.
A&M Aggies Basketball Trivia
Did you know that former Aggie DeAndre Jordan led the NBA in rebounding in 2014?
Aggies have had some electrifying superstars come to campus, though Jordan remains one of the very best. Jordan wasn't selected
until near the end of the second round during the 2008 NBA draft, but he's put in the work and taken what he learned at Texas
A&M to help make him a very good basketball player on the next level. In 2013-2014, Jordan really pulled it together and
ended up leading the entire NBA in rebounding, averaging 13.6 boards per game on the season. More importantly, Jordan was
a force to be reckoned with in the 2013-2014 playoffs, becoming the first player since 2008 (Tim Duncan) to tally at least
25 points, 18 rebounds and four blocked shots in a playoff game.
Texas A&M Aggies Fans
at Reed Arenaare always filled to the brim with Aggies fans, giving you plenty of reasons to ditch the couch and get out for
an electrifying game that you'll be talking about well after the final whistle. When the Aggies take to the court against
a tough SEC opponent, there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting on your couch watching on your disappointing
high-def TV. This is big boy college basketball at its finest, and the Aggies have plenty of optimism heading into another
season that is sure to have more than a few twists, turns and bench-gripping moments that everyone will be buzzing about around