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Per LSUSports.net: TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The LSU men's basketball team cut a nine-point, halftime deficit to one in the second half against the Alabama Crimson Tide but eventually fell, 80-65 in the Coleman Coliseum Tuesday night.

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Sweep RTR
Reply9 months
Looking good basketball and WW
Reply9 months
we battled back and had a chance, but the missed Mays' layup followed by Reath's missed dunk sucked all the life out of us. It was over, right then and there.
Reply9 months
Again although a tough loss this team is night and day with the heart they are playing with. Still proud of the direction we are heading. Don’t think other coaches aren’t thinking “ just wait till this young SOB gets some players”...
Reply9 months
Wade did a nice job tonight. We just don't have the players.
Reply9 months
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