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Per LEXINGTON, Kentucky – The Kentucky Wildcats used a strong start to put LSU behind early and then dominated on the boards to stop any second half comeback as Kentucky downed LSU, 82-69, Saturday evening at Rupp Arena.

LSU falls to 10-4 and 5-3 after its second consecutive loss. Kentucky is now 5-9 and 4-3 in the SEC. LSU closes out the first half of conference play on the road Tuesday night at 8 p.m. against Texas A&M.

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Up Next: LSU at Texas A&M on Tuesday, Jan. 26 at 8 pm on the SEC Network.

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We have to stop playing this dumb 2-1-2 zone. We give up wide open shots. I have no clue why we keep playing it.
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Not a tournament team. Not even close. Enjoy the NIT fellas.
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Nah it's a tourney team
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Has this team quit?
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Will is worse than Pelini.
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Fire Javi
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Pathetic showing, coach.
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