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ST. LOUIS, MO. -- The LSU men's basketball team cut a 16-point, halftime deficit to one but could not overcome the Mississippi State Bulldogs, eventually falling 80-77 in the Scottrade Center. With the loss, the Tigers fall to 17-14 on the year and 8-11 in conference while Mississippi State improves to 22-10 and 10-9 in the SEC.

Freshman Tremont Waters led the team with 28 points and six assists and hit a three-pointer to bring the Tigers within one with eight seconds left in the game.

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Can’t wait till we finally have some biggs.
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Didn't they last year??? When did Ben Simmons leave LSU?
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I love the Bono look from Waters. ????
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Would not exactly call second round
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I am proud of these Tigers
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Hope Waters stays for at least 1 more year.
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Good season. On the probably the #3 or 4 seed in the NIT
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