In expected news, LSU men's basketball coach Trent Johnson offically resigned from his position today. Johnson has spent the last 4 years at LSU. He is expected to accept the head coaching job at TCU. LSU AD Joe Alleva released a statement today, saying...
The LSU Tigers led by 5 points early in the second half against the #1 ranked Kentucky Wildcats, but couldn't hold onto the lead. As a result, they fell to Kentucky today in the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament by the score of 60-51. Trent Johnson's squad was extremely resilient, and fought tooth and nail with the best team in the land.
The LSU Tigers welcomed the #1 ranked Kentucky Wildcats to the P-MAC Saturday afternoon. It was the third consecutive ranked opponent for the Tigers, and it resulted in a third straight defeat. Kentucky was too much to handle for LSU, burying them by the score of 74-50.
The LSU men's basketball team used a balanced attack as four players reached double figures en route to a hard-fought 56-53 victory over Arkansas Wednesday in its SEC home opener at the Maravich Center. Read more from the LSU athletic department.
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