On a night when the No. 23 Texas A&M basketball team honored its five departing seniors, the Aggies welcomed the arrival of something that had seemingly been missing all season: their outside shooting. The Aggies made 10 3-pointers, shooting 47 percent from behind the arc in the team's 76-61 victory over Oklahoma State at Reed Arena on Wednesday night. Junior B.J. Holmes, whose playing status was questionable after he suffered a bad ankle sprain in...

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