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You need more than talent to win, which Appalachian State demonstrated by beating Texas A&M with former two-and three-star recruits — many of them in the program four or more years. A&M’s offense, which started only one senior and featured four freshman and three sophomores, was overwhelmed. They need time to grow up, and replacing sophomore quarterback Haynes King with junior Max Johnson could provide much-needed leadership.

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TAMPA, Fla. — Tennessee ended eighth-seeded Texas A&M’s run through the Southeastern Conference men’s basketball tournament by scoring the game’s first 14 points in rolling to a 65-50 victory in the championship game. The loss hurt more a few hours later when the Aggies (23-12) missed the 68-team NCAA tournament, settling for a bid to the National Invitation Tournament.

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