Texas A&M (16-1) Reflects Its Coach

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Texas A&M coach Mark Turgeon wanted to enjoy the moment Saturday.

The Aggies fourth-year coach had every reason to feel good about the direction of his 13-ranked team that came back from a big deficit, took a nice lead only to lose it in the second half and then somehow came away with a thrilling 91-89 overtime win over No.12 Missouri on Saturday afternoon at Reed Arena. Heck, Turgeon even called it a hugger, describing the emotion of the post-game locker room.

But the coach in him wouldn't allow Turgeon to enjoy this one for long, even if it extended his team's winning streak to 13...

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