STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- Acie Law scores 19 points and freshman Donald Sloan adds 15 as eighth-ranked Texas A&M hands Oklahoma State its most lopsided home defeat in nearly three decades in a 66-to-46 blowout Wednesday.
The Aggies made their first win in Gallagher-Iba Arena a memorable one. They had the largest margin of victory for a visitor since Texas won 108-to-87 in Stillwater on December 12th, 1977.
Josh Carter added 10 points and Antanas Kavaliauskas had 13 rebounds for A&M, which cemented its best conference start since going 11-2 in the Southwest Conference to start the 1979-1980 season.
The Aggies are 23-and-4 overall and 11-and-2 in Big 12 play while OSU falls to 19-and-8 and 5-and-7.
OSU's Mario Boggan and JamesOn Curry, who combined to average 38.7 points entering the game, each had season lows in scoring.
Curry had eight points on 3-for-11 shooting, and Boggan went 3-for-13 to finish with seven points and 10 rebounds.
Kenny Cooper scored 10 to lead the Cowboys, who shot 30 percent.