COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Donald Sloan scored 28 points and Texas A&M beat Texas Tech 85-70 on Saturday night.
The win is A&M's 15th straight at home and leaves the Red Raiders (14-7, 2-5 Big 12) winless on the road in conference play.
Texas A&M (15-6, 4-3) trailed for most of the first half but led the entire second half.
The Aggies led by 11 before a wild sequence with about 1 1/2 minutes remaining that included four quick points off two steals, the second of which left Tech's leading scorer Mike Singletary on the court injured.
Singletary was hurt while fighting for a ball with Bryan Davis. Play continued with Sloan finishing the fast break with a layup while Tech coach Pat Knight yelled at the officials to stop play so he could attend to his player.
Singletary was escorted to the locker room holding his right shoulder and grimacing after being looked at for a couple of minutes.
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