Even he admits it might seem strange, but Texas A&M coach Mark Turgeon was happier with the way the Aggies played offensively in the first half, when they scored a Big 12 record low 10 points, than he was in the second half of the 64-37 loss.
The Aggies missed their final 16 shots of the first half, but Turgeon felt they executed better offensively and just couldn't knock down their open looks at the basket.
"We had great looks," Turgeon said. "I felt better about myself personally after watching the tape. You're sitting there thinking, maybe we weren't getting shots, maybe we weren't executing. But we got good shots, we excuted. We did what we had to do."
_ John Miller