Thursday , Dec , 28 , 2006 C.Y. Ellis

Carter, Aggies rout Tigers

College Station, TX (Sports Network) – Josh Carter scored 24 points, with all
of his baskets coming from behind the arc, to lead the 11th-ranked Texas A&M
Aggies to a rout of Grambling, 101-27, at Reed Arena.

Joseph Jones added 20 points for the Aggies (11-2), who won four straight.
Acie Law IV had 13 points and dished out 14 assists, while Donald Sloan had a
12-point performance off the bench.

Anthony Williams and Kendric Baker each had six points for the Tigers
(2-5), who have lost five of six. Grambling State shot just 20 percent (10-
of-51) from the floor in the contest, committed 30 turnovers and were out
rebounded 48-34.

The Aggies scored the first 28 points of the game, paced by the strong
shooting of Carter, who was 5-of-6 from beyond the arc and had 15 points in
the surge.

Texas A&M carried a 65-13 lead into the break after shooting 64 percent (23-
of-36) from the floor in the first half. Grambling State turnovers resulted in
34 Aggie points during the stretch.

Game Notes

The Tigers went 4-of-20 from the floor in the first half…Grambling is 0-5
on the road this season…The Aggies hold a 4-0 all-time series lead…Texas
A&M has won 15 straight games at home, the 12th longest streak in the country.