The Kentucky Wildcats no longer preside quite so comfortably over the Southeastern Conference, which is harder to do these days.
Brandon Miller scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as fourth-ranked Alabama smothered No. 18 Texas A&AM 82-63 for its second Southeastern Conference Tournament championship in three seasons.
Wade Taylor scored 28 points and No. 24 Texas A&M beat second-ranked Alabama 67-61.
Hassan Diarra drilled a 3-pointer from the top of the key with 0.4 seconds left in overtime to give Texas A&M an 83-80 win over Florida in the second round of the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Quenton Jackson scored 18 points and Texas A&M fended off a late Mississippi State rally to earn a 67-64 victory in a regular season finale.
Quenton Jackson scored 16 points and Wade Taylor IV sank three foul shots with 19 seconds left and Texas A&M ended its eight-game losing streak by beating Florida 56-55.
Walker Kessler had a triple-double with 12 blocked shots, 12 points and 11 rebounds and No. 1 Auburn bounced back from a loss with a 75-58 victory over Texas A&M.
Tari Eason scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead LSU to a 76-68 victory over Texas A&M.
Kennedy Chandler scored 16 points, Olivier Nkamhoua added 15 and No. 22 Tennessee beat Texas A&M 90-80.
JD Notae scored 17 points and Arkansas held off a late Texas A&M rally for a 76-73 overtime victory.
Marcus Williams dribbled out of the back court and drilled a pull-up 3-pointer with under a second left to give Texas A&M an 81-79 win over Georgia in the Southeastern Conference opener for both schools.
Freshman Manny Obaseki had 19 points and nine rebounds — both season highs — and Texas A&M never trailed in its 80-61 win over Northwestern State.
Freshman Wade Taylor IV scored a season-high 19 points off the bench and Texas A&M defeated Oregon State 83-73.
Andre Gordon scored 15 points to lead five in double figures and Texas A&M defeated New Orleans 85-65.