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Based on the final four minutes of their game on Saturday, Auburn and Texas A&M are teams spiraling in opposite directions springing into the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Michael Holyfield had 17 points and 17 rebounds as Sam Houston State never trailed in an 80-61 victory over New Orleans Saturday.
No. 23 Oklahoma is already going into this postseason on a much better note - and as the No. 2 tournament seed in arguably the nation's top conference.
Hameed Ali scored 12 points and Zane Knowles grabbed 11 rebounds as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi held Nichols State to just 11 first-half points, leading to a 58-44 victory on Saturday.
Kentucky's big edge in SEC tournament semifinals experience won out over South Carolina's regular-season title.
Texas A&M played even with Tennessee for about 36 minutes before a lack of depth finally caught up with the Aggies.
Tennessee dominated play around the basket the way its fans dominated the stands.
TCU coach Trent Johnson didn't even look at the end of his bench, where six Horned Frog players sat in white polo shirts and slacks instead of uniforms.
Courtney Walker sank her first seven shots and scored 25 points, leading No. 15 Texas A&M to a runaway 86-54 win over Auburn on Friday night in the quarterfinals of the Southeastern Conference tournament.