Twitter reacts to Texas A&M’s season finale win over No. 2-ranked Alabama

Oh, how the mighty have fallen… in one game at least!

Texas A&M (23-8, 15-3 SEC) finished off their regular season in front of a sold-out Reed Arena (12,989 to capacity) in storybook fashion, defeating the No. 2 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 67-61 to earn their program record 15th victory in SEC play, and a second-place finish in the conference this season.

Since the start of SEC play, Texas A&M has been one of the most consistent teams in college basketball, sustaining only three losses in a span of nearly three months, mostly due to the exemplary play of sophomore point guard Wade Taylor IV, who once again led the Aggies against the Crimson Tide on Saturday afternoon.

Scoring a career-high 28 points, Taylor was aided by senior guard Tyrece Radford with 21 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 assists, while fellow senior guard Dexter Dennis provided 11 points and 7 rebounds, as all three combined for 60 of the team’s 67 points on the day. Reserve forward Andersson Garcia’s game-saving steal with 0.34 seconds remaining in the game, paired with 4 free throws from Radford sealed the Aggies’ biggest victory of the season heading into the SEC Tournament later this week.

After the win, Twitter provided some of the best reactions from the Aggie fan base and prognosticators alike. Here are the best reactions.

Sideline-Texas A&M just stating some facts

Some A+ photography after the emotional victory

Houston Chronicles' Brent Zwerneman with some much needed context regarding Head coach Buzz Williams

AggiesToday stating what everyone should know by now: The Aggies are going dancing!

Dave Matter with a Tweet that I believe matters more than most

CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein, welcome to the party

Jeff Borzello noting the "statement performance" as one of the hottest teams entering the postseason

Kevin Sweeney stating that no one wants to see the Aggies in their bracket early on, that's for sure.

Story originally appeared on Aggies Wire