KT Harrell scored 20 points to lead the Tigers to a rare SEC road win over the Aggies.

Harrell banged home three 3-pointers and Chris Denson registered 19 points, seven rebounds and five assists for the Tigers (14-15, 6-12). Asauhn Dixon-Tatum notched 12 points and seven rebounds and Allen Payne chipped in with eight points and six rebounds for Auburn, which made 16-of-20 free throws.

Jamal Jones had career-highs with 24 points and six 3-pointers for the Aggies (17-14, 8-10). Alex Caruso added 11 points and four assists and Kourtney Roberson provided eight points and six rebounds for Texas A&M, which fell to 16-3 at home.

Jones put the Aggies on his back, particularly in the second half, where he scored 10 points in the opening seven minutes, including a 3-pointer with 13:18 remaining that gave Texas A&M a 50-43 lead and put him over his career-highs in points and 3-pointers. The Tigers quickly regrouped behind a 3-pointer from Denson and four points by Payne and from there it was back and forth to the finish.

The teams traded the lead six times in the final seven minutes before Harrell made a layup to provide Auburn with a 65-62 lead with one minute remaining, which was followed by a pair of free throws by Harrell and Payne to seal the win. Led by two 3-pointers from Tahj Shamsid-Deen and one each from Denson and Dion Wade, the Tigers led 26-18 with seven minutes left in the first half and led 35-34 at the break.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Auburn owned a 35-25 edge in rebounding and finished the game with 16 assists to just nine turnovers. ... Dixon-Tatum had three blocks for the Tigers, who earned just their second SEC road win of the season. ... The teams combined to go 15-of-41 from beyond the arc.