Josh Carter, Texas A&M's leading scorer this season, banged his knee in the final minute on Saturday in the 59-56 victory against Oklahoma State and even asked to be taked out of the game. He was briefly replaced by Beau Muhlbach before returning to the game for the final seconds.
"He was hurting pretty bad, there," Turgeon said. "I figured even on a bad knee, he could knock down some free throws for us."
Turgeon expects Carter to be fine for the game against Texas on Wednesday.
_ John Miller