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Aggie Women Take Five Game Win Streak To No. 25 Georgia

January 11, 2014
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Game 17 • Sunday, January 12, 2014 • 1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET • SEC Game
Texas A&M Aggies (12-4, 2-0 SEC) at
No. 25 AP / No. 21 Coaches’ Georgia Lady Bulldogs (12-4, 0-3 SEC)
Athens, Ga. • Stegeman Coliseum (10,523)
Television: SEC TV (Check Listings) (Cara Capuano, Nell Fortner) 
Radio: Texas A&M Sports Network (Gabe Bock, Steve Miller)

The Texas A&M women's basketball team has won five straight games, including a dramatic, come-from-behind victory at No. 12 LSU in its last game, and now theads to Athens, Ga. to face No. 25 Georgia on Sunday at 1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET. The game is televised on SEC TV, the league's syndicated television package.

The game is televised in College Station on channel 3.2 (NBTX, CW) over-the-air & channel 711 on Suddenlink. Viewers in Houston can find the game on KUBE, Ch. 57 and viewers in Dallas-Fort Worth can find the game on KTXD, Ch. 47. Check here for your local SEC TV affiliate.

Additionally, the game is available on ESPN Full Court and online on ESPN3.

Fans can also tune into the game all across the Texas A&M Sports Network, including WTAW 1620 in Bryan-College Station. Gabe Bock and Steve Miller have the call.

Texas A&M (12-4, 2-0 SEC) is coming off of a statement win over No. 12 LSU, their fifth consecutive win. The Aggies, down seven points with 5:09 to play, took the lead for good from a Courtney Walker jumper with 40.8 to play for a 52-48 victory. Texas A&M is one of three teams who are undefeated in Southeastern Conference play in the early conference season.

A&M has won six of their last eight games against ranked opponents away-from-home, and have won four of their last six games against ranked opponents in any location entering this game.

Georgia (12-4, 0-3 SEC) started the season 11-0, but has only won one of its last five games. The Lady Bulldogs went to the Elite Eight last season, falling to California in overtime with a berth in the Final Four on the line. Georgia has been to 20 NCAA Tournaments in their history, the second-most in all of women's college basketball.

Texas A&M and Georgia have met just twice, with the Aggies winning the schools' only SEC matchup last season in Athens. Texas A&M also beat Georgia in the 2011 NCAA Sweet Sixteen, a 79-38 victory as the Aggies would go on to win the National Championship.

After this game, the Aggies return home on Jan. 16 to host No. 10 South Carolina, a game that is televised on Fox Sports Southwest. Tip is set for 7 p.m.

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