How to Watch Florida vs. Texas A&M Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – SEC Tournament

The No. 6 seed Florida Gators (23-10, 11-7 SEC) square off in the SEC tournament against the No. 7 seed Texas A&M Aggies (20-13, 9-9 SEC) on Saturday at Bridgestone Arena, beginning at 3:30 PM ET.

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Gators vs. Aggies Game Info

  • Date: Saturday, March 16, 2024
  • Time: 3:30 PM ET
  • TV: ESPN
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Nashville, Tennessee
  • Venue: Bridgestone Arena

Gators Insights

  • Florida is surrendering 78 points per game this year (330th-ranked in college basketball), but it has really thrived offensively, posting 85.4 points per game (sixth-best).
  • The Gators are allowing 35.8 boards per game this year (235th-ranked in college basketball), but they’ve thrived by grabbing 43.1 rebounds per contest (best).
  • Florida ranks 72nd in the country with 14.9 dimes per game.
  • The Gators are averaging 11.4 turnovers per game (198th-ranked in college basketball). They are forcing 10.2 turnovers per contest (280th-ranked).
  • Florida is making 7.7 treys per game (150th-ranked in college basketball). It owns a 34% shooting percentage (182nd-ranked) from beyond the arc.
  • So far this year, the Gators are ceding 6.8 three-pointers per game (114th-ranked in college basketball) and are allowing opposing teams to shoot 32.1% (87th-ranked) from downtown.
  • Of the shots attempted by Florida in 2023-24, 65.4% of them have been two-pointers (74.4% of the team’s made baskets) and 34.6% have been three-pointers (25.6%).

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Aggies Insights

  • With 74.3 points scored per game and 70.1 points conceded, Texas A&M is 157th in college basketball offensively and 116th defensively.
  • On the glass, the Aggies are second-best in college basketball in rebounds (42.7 per game). They are 128th in rebounds allowed (33.8 per game).
  • At 11.3 assists per game, Texas A&M is 313th in the country.
  • The Aggies are 27th in the nation in turnovers per game (9.3) and 231st in turnovers forced (10.8).
  • Beyond the arc, Texas A&M is 236th in the nation in 3-pointers made per game (6.8). It is worst in 3-point percentage at 28.2%.
  • Defensively, the Aggies are 327th in college basketball in 3-pointers allowed per game at 8.7. They are 157th in 3-point percentage allowed at 33.3%.
  • Texas A&M attempts 38.3% percent of its shots from behind the 3-point line, and 61.7% percent from inside it. In terms of makes, 27.1% of Texas A&M’s baskets are 3-pointers, and 72.9% are 2-pointers.

Gators Leaders

  • The scoring leader for the Gators this season is Walter Clayton Jr., who averages 17.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game.
  • Tyrese Samuel is Florida’s leading rebounder, pulling down 7.5 per game, while Zyon Pullin is its best passer, distributing 4.9 assists in each contest.
  • Clayton leads the Gators in three-point shooting, knocking down an average of 2.5 shots per game from beyond the arc.
  • The Florida steals leader is Clayton, who averages 1.1 takeaways per game, while its blocks leader is Alex Condon, who compiles 1.2 rejections per contest.

Aggies Leaders

  • Wade Taylor IV scores 18.5 points and adds four assists per game, putting him at the top of the Aggies’ leaderboards for those statistics.
  • Andersson Garcia’s stat line of 9.5 rebounds, 6.1 points and 1.6 assists per game helps him grab the top spot on the Texas A&M rebounding leaderboard.
  • Taylor is the most prolific from the three-point line for the Aggies, hitting 2.5 threes per game.
  • Texas A&M’s leader in steals is Taylor with 1.9 per game, and its leader in blocks is Solomon Washington with one per game.
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