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Per ATHENS, GA, – Despite taking the lead with mere seconds left on the clock, the LSU Basketball team was unable to find a victory on the road, falling to Georgia, 65-63, Tuesday night inside Stegeman Coliseum.

LSU took a 63-62 lead with 11 seconds left after a KJ Williams jumper, but Georgia took the lead back almost immediately thanks to a Justin Hill layup with seven seconds left in the game. From there, an ill-fated inbounds play led to an LSU turnover, its 19th of the night, with the Tigers eventually losing their 13th game in a row to the Bulldogs.

The Tigers fall to 12-14 overall and 1-12 in SEC play and the Bulldogs improve to 16-10 overall and 6-7 in conference play.

KJ Williams led LSU in scoring and rebounding, finishing with 18 points and nine rebounds, falling just one board shy of a double double. Jalen Reed added a career high nine points and finished with six rebounds, capping off a solid night for the freshman.

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UncleLester15 months
They are going to turn it around in the SEC tournament!
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GeauxGriz15 months
Yeah - turn to around and come back home after a loss...
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cajunmud15 months
When you're wallowing in the depths of despair, try to remember this old saying: In your life, you will have as high highs as you've had low lows.
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SouthernInsanity15 months
If 10 turnovers equaled 1pt... LSU probably wins by 3, LOL.
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RazzleDazzle15 months
Men's Basketball season can not end fast enough
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southsidedell15 months
pppppp hahahahahaha
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KennabraTiger15 months
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