When Tennessee led Texas A&M by 10 points midway through the second half, Lady Vols coach Holly Warlick said her players got comfortable.
Courtney Walker and the Aggies got busy.
Walker had back-to-back baskets to start No. 19 Texas A&M's comeback, and Courtney Williams delivered the go-ahead jumper with 33 seconds remaining as the Aggies beat ninth-ranked Tennessee 66-62 in the Southeastern conference semifinals Saturday, ending the Lady Vols' bid for a fourth straight championship.
Walker and Williams are freshmen.
''How about those young Aggies?'' asked Texas A&M coach Gary Blair, who compared his first-year players with the school's famous Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback.
''We keep finding a way,'' Blair said. ''We might not have had Johnny Manziel, but we had some freshmen step up, knocking down shots.''
Walker had 18 points to lead four scorers in double figures for Texas A&M (23-9), which will face either Kentucky or Georgia on Sunday for the champion...