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KNOXVILLE, TENN. – LSU lost its second consecutive Southeastern Conference game for the first time in league play this season Saturday night as the home standing Tennessee Volunteers outplayed the Tigers, 81-65, at Thompson-Boling Arena.

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another underachieving LSU coach ? nawwwwwwww
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Thank goodness baseball has started...
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Good bye NCAA Tournament
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The only skill set Johnny Jones has is recruiting. However, players don't improve as they progress through college, they don't develop higher basketball IQ's, he has no abilities in x's and o's, or game planning and he can't even motivate his team to play hard consistently. This program is the best it will ever be under him. There has to be a change. He is Trent Johnson 2.0.
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V,B
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TWT
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Johnny Jones is a liability to the program. He cannot instill discipline, X&O fundamentals or team motivation.
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Did they look lathargic or was that just my P&G glasses watching?
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Dog shit
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I have the disappoint BAD !!!!!
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Time for Johnny Jones to go. The only player that came to play tonight was Blakeney.
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