SEC Basketball Preview/Prediction: Tennessee at Texas A&M

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Tennessee plays at Texas A&M on Saturday in a key SEC basketball matchup. Look inside for a preview of the game along with a final score prediction.

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Team Statistical Comparison

FG% 3PT% FT% ORB TRB AST STL BLK TO
Tennessee 1207 374 476 0.763 212 777 392 124 116
Tennessee OPP 0.391 0.317 0.632 237 678 242 128 41 290
Texas A&M 1109 403 400 0.690 229 740 236 119 98
Texas A&M OPP 0.409 0.336 0.683 255 717 275 130 92 255

NCAA RPI

Tennessee: 5
Texas A&M: 105

Tennessee Roster

NO NAME POS HT WT CLASS HOMETOWN
#0 Jordan Bone G 6′-3″ 174 JR Nashville, TN
#1 Lamonte Turner G 6′-2″ 195 JR Florence, AL
#2 Grant Williams F 6′-7″ 236 JR Charlotte, NC
#4 Jacob Fleschman G 6′-3″ 170 SO Austin, TX
#5 Admiral Schofield G 6′-6″ 241 SR Zion, IL
#10 John Fulkerson F 6′-9″ 197 SO Kingsport, TN
#11 Kyle Alexander F 6′-11″ 215 SR Milton, ON
#12 Brad Woodson G 6′-1″ 177 SR Murfreesboro, TN
#13 Jalen Johnson G 6′-6″ 187 SO Durham, NC
#15 Derrick Walker F 6′-8″ 236 SO Kansas City, MO
#23 Jordan Bowden G 6′-5″ 193 JR Knoxville, TN
#24 Lucas Campbell G 6′-4″ 185 SR Knoxville, TN
#32 D.J. Burns F 6′-9″ 272 FR Rock Hill, SC
#33 Zach Kent F 6′-11″ 225 SO Magnolia, DE
#34 Brock Jancek F 6′-8″ 212 FR Knoxville, TN
#35 Yves Pons F 6′-6″ 209 SO Fuveau, France

Texas A&M Roster

NO NAME POS HT WT CLASS HOMETOWN
#0 Jay Jay Chandler G 6′-4″ 180 SO Katy, TX
#1 Savion Flagg G 6′-7″ 217 SO Alvin, TX
#2 TJ Starks G 6′-2″ 196 SO Dallas, TX
#3 Admon Gilder G 6′-4″ 199 SR Dallas, TX
#4 Mark French G 5′-8″ 160 JR Plano, TX
#5 Zach Walker G 6′-3″ 188 FR Deer Park, TX
#10 Everett Vaughn C 6′-10″ 237 FR Bellaire, TX
#11 Wendell Mitchell G 6′-3″ 185 JR Rockdale, TX
#12 Chris Collins G 6′-3″ 181 SR Friendswood, TX
#13 Brandon Mahan G 6′-5″ 200 SO Birmingham, AL
#15 Isiah Jasey F 6′-10″ 246 SO Killeen, TX
#20 John Brown F 6′-10″ 226 SO Magnolia, TX
#21 Christian Mekowulu F 6′-8″ 245 SR Lagos, Nigeria
#22 Frank Byers G 5′-10″ 180 SR Dallas, TX
#24 John Walker III F 6′-9″ 196 FR Houston, TX
#31 Luke McGhee F 6′-8″ 237 FR San Antonio, TX
#32 Josh Nebo F 6′-9″ 244 JR Houston, TX
#33 Cameron Alo G 5′-9″ 174 SO Houston, TX

Tennessee Schedule/Results

DATE OPPONENT SCORE
Nov 6 vs Lenoir Rhyne W 86-41
Nov 9 vs Louisiana W 87-65
Nov 13 vs Georgia Tech W 66-53
Nov 21* at Louisville W 92-81
Nov 23* vs Kansas L 87-81
Nov 28 vs E Kentucky W 95-67
Dec 2 vs Texas A&M-CC W 79-51
Dec 9* vs Gonzaga W 76-73
Dec 15 at Memphis W 102-92
Dec 19 vs Samford W 83-70
Dec 22 vs Wake Forest W 83-64
Dec 29 vs Tenn Tech W 96-53
Jan 5 vs Georgia W 96-50
Jan 8 at Missouri W 87-63
Jan 12 at Florida W 78-67
Jan 15 vs Arkansas W 106-87
Jan 19 vs Alabama W 71-68
Jan 23 at Vanderbilt W 88-83 (OT)
Jan 26 vs West Virginia W 83-66
Jan 29 at South Carolina W 92-70
Feb 2 at Texas A&M
Feb 5 vs Missouri
Feb 9 vs Florida
Feb 13 vs South Carolina
Feb 16 at Kentucky
Feb 19 vs Vanderbilt
Feb 23 at LSU
Feb 27 at Ole Miss
Mar 2 vs Kentucky
Mar 5 vs Mississippi State
Mar 9 at Auburn

Texas A&M Schedule/Results

DATE OPPONENT SCORE
Nov 7 vs Savannah State W 98-83
Nov 9 vs UC Irvine L 74-73
Nov 15 at Gonzaga L 94-71
Nov 18* vs Minnesota L 69-64
Nov 20* at Washington L 71-67
Nov 23 vs South Alabama W 74-62
Dec 3 vs Northwestern St W 80-59
Dec 8 vs Boston College Cancelled
Dec 15* at Oregon State W 67-64
Dec 19 vs Valparaiso W 71-49
Dec 22 vs Marshall W 92-68
Dec 29 vs Texas Southern L 88-73
Jan 5 vs Arkansas L 73-71
Jan 8 at Kentucky L 85-74
Jan 12 at Alabama W 81-80
Jan 16 vs Auburn L 85-66
Jan 19 vs Missouri L 66-43
Jan 22 at Florida L 81-72
Jan 26 vs Kansas State W 65-53
Jan 30 vs LSU L 72-57
Feb 2 vs Tennessee
Feb 6 at Ole Miss
Feb 9 at Missouri
Feb 12 vs Georgia
Feb 16 at South Carolina
Feb 19 vs Alabama
Feb 23 at Arkansas
Feb 26 at LSU
Mar 2 vs Vanderbilt
Mar 5 vs South Carolina
Mar 9 at Mississippi State

Tennessee-Texas A&M Prediction

Late January is a difficult time of year for the best college basketball teams in the land. Teams which have established themselves in their first 20 games arrive at a point where they inwardly wonder, “Do we HAVE to play this hard every night?” They also realize that they simply aren’t going to play at the same high level every game and must marshal their energies over a longer period of time. Tennessee shouldn’t go all-out against Vanderbilt… but of course, the risk is that the slog of the regular season will catch up with an elite team. It almost caught up with Tennessee, but the Vols escaped Vandy a week and a half ago. They seemed to get the memo against South Carolina, thrashing the Gamecocks and restoring order. Now, the question is: Will the Vols remain dominant? Against A&M, yes: Tennessee 77, A&M 64 (Matt Zemek).

This game tips off at 7:00 PM CT (8:00 PM ET). TV: TBA.

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