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Per LSUSports.net: The LSU Tigers outlasted the Arkansas Razorbacks, 94-88, in overtime on Saturday night in the Bud Walton Arena.

Junior guard Marlon Taylor had a personal high 21 points to go along with 7 rebounds. Freshman forward Naz Reid lead the Tigers in scoring with 27 points. He also picked up seven rebounds and two assists. Sophomore guard Tremont Waters had a game high 11 assists, as well as 17 points. Freshman forward Emmitt Williams had a game high 10 rebounds.

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Four starters in double figures.
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Nice.
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Going into this game Coach Wade kept saying “We need to keep our focus.” But once again the team completely lost their focus and after 6 minutes without a bucket they saw a 13 point lead disappear. Exactly what happened in the Houston game. If he cannot get the team to stay focused they might not even make the NIT this year.
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Chill. Pill.
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Damn Nancy , aren’t you just a ray of fricking sunshine
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Oh sorry I didn’t realize it all had to be sunshine and rainbows that no one could make a honest comment about how poorly the team Played in stretches.
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Any word on Days?
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Man I just hope at some point we can figure a way to close teams out when we have the chance . Heart attack Tigers but good road win
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Yea they start to play tight with the lead at the end. They did it against Florida State and in the Houston loss. If they could figure out how to play more loose at the same time that the control the ball then they will start running away from teams. That's the product of a young but talented team though. They'll get better at it throughout the season hopefully. It's good to learn those lessons while winning on the road at that. Arky isn't the best team but they aren't a bad team either. Bud Walton Arena is one of the toughest venues to win at. Great road win for the Tigers!!!
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