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SEC announces men's basketball schedule

Texas A&M men’s basketball learned its 18-game 2022 conference slate and begin play Jan. 4, the Southeastern Conference announced Thursday.
Credit: KAGS-TV

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Texas A&M men’s basketball learned its 18-game 2022 conference slate and begin play Jan. 4, the Southeastern Conference announced Thursday.

The Maroon & White's home schedule includes contests against Arkansas (Jan. 8), Ole Miss (Jan. 11), Kentucky (Jan. 19), South Carolina (Jan. 29), Missouri (Feb. 5), LSU (Feb. 8), Florida (Feb. 15), Georgia (Feb. 22) and Mississippi State (March 5).

Additionally, the Aggies face Georgia (Jan. 4), Missouri (Jan. 15), Arkansas (Jan. 22), LSU (Jan. 26), Tennessee (Feb. 1), Auburn (Feb. 12), Vanderbilt (Feb. 19), Ole Miss (Feb. 26) and Alabama (March 2) away from Bryan-College Station.

The SEC Tournament is slated for March 9-13 at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Tip times and TV designations will be announced at a later date.

Season tickets are available through the 12th Man Foundation and can be purchased online here.

For the most up-to-date information on Texas A&M men’s basketball, follow the Aggies on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@aggiembk)

2021-22 Texas A&M Men’s Basketball Schedule

Date                                      Opponent

Nov. 1                                   Texas A&M-Kingsville (Exh.)

Nov. 10                                 North Florida

Nov. 12                                 Abilene Christian

Nov. 14                                 A&M-Corpus Christi

Nov. 17                                 Houston Baptist

Nov. 22                                 Wisconsin

Nov. 23                                 Houston/Butler

Nov. 24                                 Maui Invitational

Nov. 30                                 New Orleans

Dec. 11                                 vs. TCU (Toyota Center; Houston, Texas)

Dec. 14                                 Tulane

Dec. 18                                 at Oregon State

Dec. 21                                 Northwestern State

Dec. 29                                 Central Arkansas

Jan. 4                                     at Georgia

Jan. 8                                     Arkansas

Jan. 11                                   Ole Miss

Jan. 15                                   at Missouri

Jan. 19                                   Kentucky

Jan. 22                                   at Arkansas

Jan. 26                                   at LSU

Jan. 29                                   South Carolina

Feb. 1                                    at Tennessee

Feb. 5                                    Missouri

Feb. 8                                    LSU

Feb. 12                                  at Auburn

Feb. 15                                  Florida

Feb. 19                                  at Vanderbilt

Feb. 22                                  Georgia

Feb. 26                                  at Ole Miss

Mar. 2                                   at Alabama

Mar. 5                                   Mississippi State