Texas A&M Vs. Oklahoma State Final Score: Aggies Fall To Cowboys, 60-42

The Texas A&M Aggies basketball season could not have gotten too much worse, but it did when the Aggies were blown out by the Oklahoma St. Cowboys 60-42. The first half the game was close when as Oklahoma State was leading by only three points, but the Texas A&M offense went into hiding in the second half as Oklahoma State nearly doubled up Texas A&M 31-16.

The Texas A&M offense had one of their worst games of the year on Saturday as they shot 31 percent from the field and tried to shoot as many three-pointers as possible to get back into this game, but that did not work as they went four-of-17 from beyond the arc. Texas A&M was led in scoring by Khris Middleton who had 14 points and David Loubeau had 10 points as rest of team had a combined 18 points.

Oklahoma State's offense was not vastly superior in this game as they 46 percent, but they did make seven three-pointers in the win and were led by Brian Williams who had 17 points on the afternoon.

The loss for Texas A&M dips then further away from .500 at 13-15.

For more on the Texas A&M Aggies, check out I Am The 12th Man. For news and info on the Oklahoma State Cowboys, visit Cowboys Ride For Free, and for all your college hoops news and notes, head on over to SB Nation's college basketball news hub.

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