Texas A&M Basketball: How to watch NCAA Tournament selection show

Buzz Williams, Texas A&M basketball Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Buzz Williams, Texas A&M basketball Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports /

The Texas A&M basketball team didn’t quite reach its goal of winning the SEC Tournament and taking home its first SEC Tournament Championship trophy. Still, the team performed admirably, squeezing its way back into NCAA Tournament contention.

They did this by winning against three ranked teams down the final stretch of the season. Those teams were No. 25 Alabama, No. 15 Arkansas, and No. 4 Auburn. Through the final few weeks of the season, A&M cemented itself as one of the hottest teams in the sport.

But after an ugly loss to Tennessee in the SEC Tournament Championship Game, however, the Aggies were brought back down to earth in a hurry. Buzz Williams’ squad took a 65 to 50 loss on Sunday, leaving their Tournament status in question.

How can Texas A&M basketball fans watch the NCAA Tournament Selection Show?

Before Texas A&M’s loss to Tennessee, they were already considered a bubble team. Did this loss send them out of NCAA Tournament contention?

Luckily, the committee tends to make their choices before watching the conference tournaments, so A&M’s hopes might still be alive. To find out, Aggie fans can tune into the NCAA Tournament Selection Show tonight.

Time: 6PM EST, March 13th

Channel: CBS

Stream: NCAA.com

Where will the Texas A&M basketball team be seeded?

As mentioned, the Texas A&M basketball team is not a lock for the NCAA Tournament. Despite having an objectively better resume than some Tournament locks, the Aggies will be nail-biting for the next few hours.

A likely positioning here for the Aggies could be in the first four, meaning A&M would have to win another game before advancing to the actual tournament. This would not be ideal but would give Buzz Williams’ squad a chance to fight for a title.

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As things stand, Texas A&M has 150:1 odds of winning it all, according to BetSided.