Texas A&M (13-6, 5-1 SEC) are now in the thick of their schedule as they prepare to travel to Alabama to face the Auburn Tigers on Wednesday night, entering Neville Arena where the Tigers have won 28 straight games.
Last Saturday, the Aggies dropped their first game in a month on the road against Kentucky, ending their perfect start in the SEC at 5-0, which was bound to occur sooner or later in one of the toughest conferences in the country.
Even in a loss, senior guard Tyrece “Boots” Radford scored 22 points, with 20 points in the second half in one of the more memorable performances this season, though a combination of turnovers (16) and poor 3-point shooting (3-16) doomed the Aggies late, and Big Blue benefited from 23 points from guard Antonio Reeves, and 17 rebounds from star forward Oscar Tshiebwe.
On Tuesday, Aggies starting forward Henry Coleman III spoke to the local media to preview Wednesday’s matchup. Here is what he had to say: