Andre Gordon scored 15 points, and Texas A&M beat Vanderbilt 69-50 to spoil the Commodores’ Southeastern Conference home opener. The Commodores‘ 22nd consecutive loss in league play is the least of first-year coach Jerry Stackhouse’s concerns. Sophomore guard Aaron Nesmith is the SEC’s leading scorer and fifth nationally averaging 23 points a game. But he watched from the bench forced to use a scooter to keep his weight off his right foot protected by a walking boot. Jay Jay Chandler added 10 as the Aggies never trailed in winning their second straight.
ATLANTA (AP) — Jeff Thomas had 15 points to lead five Georgia State players in double figures as the Panthers beat Arkansas State 76-60 on Thursday night. D’Marcus Simonds added 14 points for the Panthers. […]
CONWAY, S.C. (AP) — MaCio Teague scored 21 points and Baylor pulled away to beat Coastal Carolina 77-65 on Friday night in a Myrtle Beach Invitational semifinal. Baylor clamped down on Coastal Carolina, either taking […]