Florida vs. Texas A&M: Gators Top Aggies, 84-64

The No.13 Florida Gators picked up a big win against No. 22 Texas A&M on Saturday, dropping the Aggies at the BankAtlantic Center by a final score of 84-64.

Kenny Boynton led the way for the Gators in the scoring column, putting up 22 points on 7-16 shooting including 6-12 from the 3-point territory. Will Yegeute was the big rebounder with seven boards to go with four points as the Gators narrowly won the battle of the boards, 28-25.

Four Gators, Boynton, Erving Walker, Bradley Beal and Erik Murphy, finished with double figure scoring as Florida hit six more 3-point field goals than its opponent on the afternoon to achieve separation from A&M.

David Loubeau and Elston Turner were the leading scorers for the Aggies with 20 and 18 points respectively.

The victory moves Florida to 8-2 on the season as it prepares to face Mississippi Valley State on Monday.

For more on the Gators, head over to Alligator Army, SB Nation's Florida blog. For Aggies news and notes, visit SB Nation's Texas A&M blog, I Am The 12th Man.

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