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Aggies Face MSU in Starkville Wednesday

From Texas A&M Athletic's Department:

Aggies Face MSU in Starkville Wednesday

 

Aggie Basketball Game #20:

Texas A&M (12-7; 2-4 SEC) at Mississippi State (7-11; 2-4 SEC)

January 30, 2013 · 8 p.m. (CT)

Humphrey Coliseum (10,575)

Starkville, Miss.

 

TV: CSS / COX Sports TV

   Mike Morgan, Play-by-Play

   Daymeon Fishback, Commentary

AGGIES ON TV INFORMATION PAGE

 

RADIO: Texas A&M Radio Network

  Dave South, Play-by-Play

  Al Pulliam, Commentary

  Local: WTAW-AM 1620 (College Station/Bryan)

  Satellite (MSU Broadcast): Sirius (Ch. 149) / XM (Ch. 200)

 

LIVE AUDIO/STATS: AggieAthletics.com

 

COMPLETE TEXAS A&M GAME NOTES: Game #20 at Mississippi State

 

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The Texas A&M men's basketball team hits the road for the third time in four games this week when it faces Mississippi State on Wednesday at Humphrey Coliseum in Starkville, Miss. Tip-off for the Southeastern Conference match-up is slated for 8 p.m. (CT).

Wednesday's contest will be televised by CSS with Mike Morgan (play-by-play) and Daymeon Fishback (commentary) calling all the action. Fans in the Bryan/College Station region should also be able to see the game on Cox Sports TV, which is also scheduled to air the game.

Fans with access to Watch ESPN through their cable provider will also be able to catch the game on that platform.

Fans are encouraged to refer to the Aggies on TV page for the most up-to-date information and listings for all of Texas A&M's upcoming television appearances.

Live audio from Starkville can also be heard on the Texas A&M Radio Network by tuning in locally in Bryan/College Station on WTAW (1620 AM) or utilizing the live stream at AggieAtheltics.com.

Texas A&M (12-7, 2-4 SEC) enters the game looking to snap a four-game skid that followed a 2-0 start to conference play. Most recently the Aggies mounted an inspired comeback attempt before falling to Georgia 59-52 on Saturday at Reed Arena.

Against Georgia, senior guard Elston Turner scored a team-leading 19 points on 5-of-14 shooting from the floor to mark the 22nd time during his two seasons at A&M that he has led the Aggies in scoring. Additionally, Turner cracked the double-digit barrier in points for the 40th time in 51 career games at Texas A&M.

Junior guard Fabyon Harris also enjoyed a solid night offensively, notching 13 points to reach double-digits for the seventh time in his last 10 contests.

Mississippi State brings its own four-game losing streak into the contest Wednesday following an 82-47 loss to Florida in Starkville during its most recent outing.

The Bulldogs feature a balanced scoring attack that includes seven players who average seven or more points per contest. Freshman guard Fred Thomas highlights the group with an 11.1 point-per-game average and is coming off a game-high, 19-point performance against the Gators on Saturday.

MSU is led by first-year head coach Rick Ray, who spent the previous two seasons as an assistant at Clemson before being hired to lead the Bulldog men's basketball program during the offseason.

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