No. 1 Tennessee defeated Texas A&M 93-76 Saturday night, and the Vols flexed their muscles in the conference showdown.

The Aggies made a respectable 12 threes compared to Tennessee’s nine, but the Vols shot an impressive 64.5 percent from the field. Tennessee won’t lose many — if any — games shooting that high of a percentage.

Grant Williams scored a game-high 22 points, while Lamonte Turner and Jordan Bone scored 19 points and 18 points respectively. Bone finished a perfect 8-for-8 from the field. Jordan Bowden came off the bench to score 16.

Texas A&M was led by Wendell Mitchell, who scored 18 points.

Following the game, Texas A&M head coach Billy Kennedy discussed the loss: