Being "suspended indefinitely" is enough.Kick his arse off the team.
it was said Hammink can handle the rock a little
And SoS, great job as always. According to your calculations, Chattanooga sucks. Got it.
True. It is disheartening it is his second suspension of the year already. These things tend to spiral to the point of removal. Hope this isn't the case.
Free-throw shooting has been an issue for LSU, which is hitting at a 55.9% clip this season (80 of 143). But in the last 2 minutes of games, the Tigers are much deadlier, converting at a 77.9% rate (17 of 22).
LSU remains one of 14 unbeaten teams in Division I, one of two in the SEC (Florida). The Tigers are the second straight undefeated foe Chattanooga has faced after losing to Eastern Kentucky last week.
Despite a season-low 4 3-pointers against Seton Hall, LSU still leads the SEC with 7.8 makes per game.
Coleman is the only active Tiger averaging more than 30 minutes a game (30.4). Three others are averaging around 22 minutes a contest (Carmouche, Stringer, O'Bryant).
Chattanooga averages a solid +8.9 rebounding margin this season and has snared 12 or more
offensive boards in every game this season.
The Mocs have gotten only one individual game with 20 points or more, but it was notable. Cobb knocked down 7-of-9 shots against Kansas -- all from 3-point territory -- on the way to 21 points in a 69-55 loss. Since then, Cobb hasn't reached double digits and has missed 16 of 20 tries from outside the arc. Zlovarik leads UTC with six games in double-figure scoring this season, ranging from 10-14 points. Mason has five games in double digits.