The Texas A&M men’s basketball game, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 6, against Arkansas has been postponed due to COVID-19 cases, contact tracing and resulting quarantines within A&M’s program; the postponement is consistent with the SEC’s COVID-19 management requirements.
No make-up date has been determined at this time.
News of the Arkansas postponement comes two days after the postponement of the Vanderbilt game, also due to contact tracing within the Aggies’ program.
The dual game postponements come just after A&M’s first win, against Kansas State, that snapped a three-game losing streak.
A&M’s next scheduled matchup is set for Wednesday, Feb. 10, in Reed Arena against Georgia, who has an 11-6 overall record.