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Features of this app include:
* Texas A&M Aggies Men's Basketball News
* Texas A&M Aggies Men's Basketball Videos
* Texas A&M Aggies Men's Basketball Photos
* Fan Wall
* Texas A&M Aggies Men's Basketball Shop
* Talk Trash Against Other Fans
* Connect Easily With Mobile Rush
* NCAA Men's Basketball Scores
* NCAA Men's Basketball Standings
* Texas AM Aggies Men's Basketball Schedule
* Texas AM Aggies Men's Basketball Roster
* and MORE!
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The history of Texas A&M Aggies Basketball from Wikipedia.
The Texas A&M Aggies men's basketball team represents Texas A&M University in NCAA Division I college basketball. The Aggies play home games at Reed Arena, a 12,989-capacity arena in College Station, Texas on the campus of Texas A&M University.
In the 2006-07 season, Texas A&M was the only program in the Big 12 Conference to have both men's and women's teams competing in the NCAA Tournament - the men as a 3 seed and the women as a 4 seed.
Shelby Metcalf took over the A&M basketball program in 1963. His impact was immediate, winning the Southwest Conference with a 13-1 conference record for Texas A&M's first title in 13 years. In his 26 years as head coach at Texas A&M, he won six Southwest Conference titles, two Southwest Conference tournament titles, and led A&M to six NCAA Tournament and four NIT appearances. He was fired by former A&M football player and then-athletic director John David Crow after coaching 19 games of the 1989-1990 season. When asked by the media what happened between the two, Metcalf remarked, "I made a comment that I didn't think John David was all that bright. And I thought I was being generous." Metcalf finished his career at A&M with an overall record of 438–306, making him the all-time winningest men's basketball coach in Southwest Conference history.