COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- Freshman DeAndre Jordan had 14 points and eight rebounds to lead No. 14 Texas A&M to a 79-39 victory over Detroit on Wednesday night.
It was the third straight victory for the Aggies (10-1) and their most lopsided of the season.
Jordan, who leads the nation in field goal percentage, missed only the last of his eight shots. He is 46-of-58 over his first 11 collegiate games.
He hasn't been nearly as good at the foul line, however, and he missed all three free throws he took Wednesday and is just 12-of-43 overall.
Jordan's only miss from the field against Detroit came with about seven minutes left when his layup rolled in and out.
He set a Big 12 record for consecutive field goals in November when he made 17 without a miss.
The win was Texas A&M's 100th at Reed Arena and the Aggies have a 100-47 overall record in the building that opened in 1998.
Jon Goode had 13 points for the Titans (4-7), who lost their fifth straight. It was the first time in five games that Goode hadn't scored at least 20 points.
Texas A&M led by 21 at halftime and opened the second half on a 9-0 run. The Aggies were ahead 51-22 when sophomore Derrick Roland scored seven straight points in less than 1 1/2 minutes to put the game farther out of reach.
The Aggies led 17-10 in the first half before both teams went on a scoring drought that spanned more than four minutes. A fastbreak layup by Davis with about nine minutes left got the Aggies back on the board.
Those points were the first of a 13-2 run that gave the Aggies a 30-12 lead with 5:01 left in the first half.
Detroit's Chris Hayes was upended by the scorer's table trying to save the ball from going out of bounds and it was caught by Jordan who raced for a one-handed dunk. When Hayes finally got untangled from the table and back on the court, Jordan was already lining up for the free throw after his dunk.
Jordan scored the last six points of the half and the Aggies led 36-15 at halftime.
The Aggies held Detroit to 24 percent shooting and have held eight of their first 11 opponents to less than 40 percent.