The Kansas State Wildcats lead the Texas A&M Aggies by a score of 44-33 after the first half of play on the road in Reed Arena. The 19-9 Wildcats have lost three of their last five games and are coming off a four-point loss at home to Iowa State. The 13-15 Aggies have lost seven of their last eight and are trying to avoid their fourth straight loss at home. This is an extremely important game for the Wildcats as they hope to make it into the 2012 NCAA tournament.
The Aggies were led by David Loubeau, who scored eight points in the first half against the Wildcats. Elston Turner scored six in the first half, Ray Turner scored five and Khris Middleton came off the bench to add eight as well. The Wildcats were led by Rodney McGruder, who scored 19 points in the first half. Jamar Samuals scored eight and Martavious Irving came off the bench to add eight.