Watch Wisconsin vs. Texas A&M: TV Channel, Live Stream Info, Start Time


Who plays

Texas A&M @ Wisconsin

Current records: Texas A&M 4-0; Wisconsin 2-1

What there is to know

The Wisconsin Badgers face the Texas A&M Aggies at 2 p.m. ET Monday at Michelob Ultra Arena. Wisconsin are the favorites here – although they were also the favorites in their last game, so the odds might count a little less.

The Badgers were within striking range but couldn’t close the gap last Monday as they lost 63-58 to the Providence Friars. A silver lining for Wisconsin was the game of guard Brad Davison, who had 25 points and seven boards.

Meanwhile, all was rosy for A&M at home against the Houston Bap. Huskies last week as the team claimed a 73-39 victory. A&M’s success was driven by the efforts of goaltender Aaron Cash, who posted a double-double with 12 points and ten rebounds, and goaltender Tyrece Radford, who had 13 points in addition to six rebounds.

Wisconsin is now 2-1 while the Aggies are 4-0. Two stats to keep in mind as you watch: The Badgers enter the contest with the sixth fewest turnovers per game in college basketball at 8.7. But A&M ranks 18th in college basketball when it comes to take-out, averaging 20.3. These opposing forces should make for an exciting game.

How to watch

  • When: Monday at 2 p.m. ET
  • Or: Michelob Ultra Arena – Las Vegas, Nevada
  • TV: ESPN2
  • To follow: CBS Sports app


Badgers are 3-point favorites against Aggies, according to latest college basketball odds.

Bettors were in line with the betting community on this one as the game opened on a 3 point spread and stayed there.

Over / Under: -106

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History of the series

This is the first time these teams have met in the past six years.

Injury report for Wisconsin

  • Jahcobi Neath: Out (Lower body)
  • Matthew Mors: Out for the season (unrelated to injury)
  • Chris Hodges: Out for the season (not related to injury)

Texas A&M injury report

  • Hayden Hefner: Game time decision (elbow)
  • Jalen Johnson: Out for the season (knee)


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