Justin Kollar, 23 Sports

Saturday, February 27—

Straight from the opening tip, the Texas A&M Aggies began their domination of the Missouri Tigers.

The Aggies came to town boasting their 21-7 record and 10-5 in conference play which ranks them tied for first with the Kentucky Wildcats. The Tigers remain at the bottom of the SEC with their meager 10-18 record.

Searching for a strong performance from one of the team’s stars, Mizzou settled for Tramiane Isabell who led the Tigers with 17 points. Ryan Rosburg contributed 15 points to the cause as well, but with the Tigers shooting 36 percent from the field, they struggled to string points together.

The Aggies shot over 50 percent from the field onn a night where the senior guard duo of Danuel House and Jalen Jones scored a combined 34 points before halftime.

The Aggies still had more to prove before garbage time as yet another senior guard, this time Alex Caruso, became the Aggies all-time assist leader.

Up 80-56 with four minutes left in the game, the Aggies saw the game through and cruised to an 84-69 final.

With only two games remaining, if the Tigers hope to end the season on a high they will have to resurrect the team that played against the Volunteers just over a week ago.

Mizzou will travel to Louisiana March 1 followed by the last game of the season, a home affair next Saturday against the Florida Gators.