Texas A&M Vs. Baylor: Elston Turner's 21 Points Not Enough As Aggies Fall 61-52

Texas A&M loses for the third time in its last four games as it drops a 61-52 decision to Baylor. The Bears remain undefeated on the season at 14-0.

Texas A&M fell behind 8-0 to start the game and then trailed 28-11 are an 18-4 Baylor run. The Aggies cut the Baylor lead to 10 on a three pointer by Elston Turner with five minutes to go before a couple of turnovers allowed the Bears to stretch the lead.

Turner finished with 21 points on but was just 6-16 from the field. Khris Middleton chipped in 14 points. Keith Davis came off the bench to lead the Aggies in rebounding with seven. Texas A&M only hit 28 percent of its shots from the field and was 7-25 from beyond-the-arc.

Perry Jones III led Baylor with 14 points and 12 rebounds. Quincy Ash scored 13 points and also had three blocks in the game. Quincy Miller finished with 11 points and eight rebounds. The Bears shot just 39 percent in the game but were 19-24 from the free throw line.

For all news and information regarding Texas A&M athletics, please visit I Am the 12th Man. For updates and conversation on the Baylor team, head on over to Our Daily Bears.

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