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Trent Johnson Officially Resigns From LSU
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...
Report: Johnson to Leave LSU for TCU Hoops
For the last three seasons, the rumors of Trent Johnson leaving LSU have surfaced.
This time, it appears they have merit.
Reports circulating out of Fort Worth indicate Johnson will leave LSU after four seasons to become the head coach at TCU...
Kentucky Holds Off Feisty LSU
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 fo…
LSU Drummed By Top Ranked Kentucky
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.
Dotson Leaving LSU
LSU basketball coach Trent Johnson granted the release of starting swingman Aaron Dotson, as well as walk-on Daron Populist.
LSU Thumped Again
Scotty Hopson scored 17 of his 22 points in the first half as Tennessee routed LSU 75-53 on Wednesday night in Knoxville. The Tigers fall to 10-10 overall, and 2-3 in conference play.
Tigers Not Competitive
LSU basketball head coach Trent Johnson claims his team has not been competing the last few games. The Tigers have lost the last two contest by a combined 65 points.
LSU Improves To 2-0 In SEC
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.
Rice Holds Off LSU
LSU closed to within two in the game's final minute, but a Bryan Beasley steal and two free throws with 9 seconds left iced it as Rice won in Houston 74-68.

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