After the drought, however, the Cats managed to fight their way back for a 30-26 lead in the first half.
The Aggies were ice-cold from the floor, but continued to jack shots up, finishing just 2-14 from the three-point line at intermission.
The Aggies held a 23-point lead with just under six minutes remaining, but the Cats managed to cut that lead to eight with 57 seconds remaining.
After the foul game commenced, A&M hit four consecutive free throws to push the lead out of reach, and Kentucky’s third straight loss was finalized.
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Missed defensive assignments, blown offensive rebounds, crucial turnovers, not getting back on defense, poor shot selection, etc.
To put the icing on the cake, the Texas A&M student section sang the Happy Birthday song to John Calipari on his 59th birthday.
The entire Aggie starting lineup scored ten points or more, led by TJ Starks with 17 points.
From the mark to remaining in the first half, the Wildcats went scoreless, their eighth five-minute scoring drought of the season.
For those keeping track at home, Kentucky has lost in every one of those instances.