Figuring Out Which Way Texas A&M Is Trending Isn’t Easy

What a difference a few weeks makes. Despite beating Mizzou at home on January 20th, Texas A&M was in the middle of losing seven games in nine tries, but have recently turned things around a little bit.

What to make of the Aggies? Well, right now they’re streaking. But how will that hold up in the face of the news of grad transfer Duane Wilson being out and J.J. Caldwell being kicked off the team? The duo had played about 78% of the available minutes to them at the point guard position. So the Aggies are marching into Columbia with only one real legitimate option at point guard.

Sound familiar?


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Since taking over for Mark Turgeon, Billy Kennedy hasn’t quite controlled a settled program. There was a steady enough rise from year one to year five to assume things were headed in the right direction. The Aggies finished with a three seed in year five and were going to return their best recruiting class in history for their sophomore years.

The problem was they forgot to recruit some guards in that span and the program struggled post-Sweet 16 appearance. What proceeded was a 10th place finish and some questions for the future. But Kennedy and his staff seemed to make the right moves in the offseason and new hope sprung amongst the Aggie faithful.



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