On offense, LSU had their most efficient game of the season
The first half was great. The ball movement and player movement unlike I've seen this year.
The second half we got a bit stagnant, and relied a bit too much on one-on-one, but fortunately for us Hickey was on and the efficiency stayed at a good level.
Now is the fun part, looking forward. I started to think yesterday that if we win the Missouri game, the schedule starts to look really nice for LSU.
Always risky to look ahead.
We've now won back one of the two games we threw away (South Carolina and Georgia) earlier. We get one more like this and the NIT looks very reasonable again.
I figure we need 7 wins in the SEC with 1-2 tournament wins or 8 wins in the SEC with 1 tournament win to feel pretty good about getting into the NIT.
Looking at the schedule I think we could be right around there.