For the first time in a while, Texas A&M won’t spend Thanksgiving week preparing for Texas. But the Aggies won’t miss the Longhorns. They have a chance for their first 10-win season since 1998.
The Southeastern Conference’s six-year streak of national championships could be in jeopardy. And the SEC has expansion to thank for making it happen.
The SEC held an official welcoming party for Missouri and Texas A&M, only three months before the Tigers and Aggies open their first football schedules as members of the conference.
Blake Brown homered, Jeff Emens pitched 3 2-3 innings of no-hit relief and Missouri upset two-time defending champion Texas A&M 5-3 in the Big 12 tournament Thursday night.
Rob Zastryzny held Texas to five hits over 8 1-3 innings and Missouri broke open the game with a four-run fourth in a 5-0 win over Texas at the Big 12 tournament on Wednesday night.
Kelsey Bone scored 14 points as No. 14 Texas A&M rallied to beat Missouri 56-52 on Tuesday night.
Phil Pressey scored 19 points behind four three-pointers and No. 4 Missouri used a second-half surge to down No. 6 Baylor, 72-57, on Saturday.
Missouri’s Morgan Eye was no match against Brittney Griner of Baylor, as the top-ranked, undefeated Lady Bears rolled to a 71-41 win over Missouri on Wednesday night.
Aching for a big win to turn around their sinking season, the Longhorns lost another close game, 67-66 to Missouri on Monday night.
Sydney Carter and Adaora Elonu each scored 16 points and No. 14 Texas A&M beat Missouri 78-52 to give coach Gary Blair a milestone victory.
Elston Turner and Khris Middleton both scored 13 points, but Texas A&M struggled offensively in a 70-51 loss to No. 5 Missouri on Monday.
Missouri came into Wednesday night’s game against Baylor with a 10-1 record without having faced a team quite like the top-ranked Lady Bears.