Texas A&M basketball could have made a deep NCAA tournament run

Written by sidhanta

No matter how the Texas A&M basketball team finishes the season, it won’t be remembered for the team’s accomplishments.

Instead, Aggie fans and the college football world will remember Buzz Williams’ squad for the fact that it was the biggest NCAA Tournament snub in America this year.

Texas A&M had an undeniably better resume than a large handful of teams that gained entry. There was no reasoning given for their snub.

Thankfully, the Aggies haven’t let this impact their performance in the NIT Tournament — the less desirable of the two major college basketball tournaments. 

The Aggies have run through every opponent they’ve faced thus far. Their closest contest came in a 12-point victory over Alcorn State.

The Texas A&M basketball team is winning convincingly — could they have made a deep NCAA Tournament run?

The worst part about succeeding as a 1-seed in the NIT Tournament is the nagging question: what if your team made the NCAA Tournament?

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