This is a write up from bracket predcitions from the TAMU vs FSU game...FSU won 57-50 in a defensive game
The Aggies won't wow you with their offensive attack, as sophomore Khris Middleton (14.4 ppg) and junior David Loubeau (11.6 ppg) are the only two players who average double figures. While Middleton has shown the ability to be a difference maker, the Aggies are at their best when they move the ball around to get good shots.
Defensively, the Aggies were a strong unit, allowing just 61 points per game this season. They play a physical man-to-man defense that gets the job done, but they lack a true dominant defender in the paint.
Texas A&M finished with an overall record of 24-8 and were 10-6 in Big 12 play. The Aggies beat Missouri twice and Kansas State once, but failed in three attempts against the top teams in Texas and Kansas, including a 70-58 loss to Texas in the Big 12 Tournament.
The Aggies went 14-1 in non-conference play, but didn't exactly play a real challenging schedule. Their two most impressive wins came against Temple and Washington, and both also received No. 7 seeds in the tournament.