quote:Yep. AU has a tendency to go long stretches without scoring (due to our limited options). When we avoid those stretches, we can be decent (NIT team). When we don't, we look like one of the worst teams in college basketball.
game is the definition of a toss up just like every game between west schools will be (unless you're playing State)
Bump those stats up against Auburn's numbers so far -- 68.9 ppg, 42.0 field goal percentage, 32.3 three point percentage and 69.7 free throw percentage -- and LSU would appear have the offensive advantage. The numbers may closely favor the bad Tigers, but we'd like to think the recent outings against Illinois and FSU have elevated team play. Auburn should be able to find victory, but expect it to be uglier than orange-and-blue fans would like.