Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU freshman forward Darius Days announced Friday morning that he will return to the team for his sophomore season.

Days, a native Gainesville, FL, averaged 5.3 points and 4.0 rebounds per game this past season.

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This is not fuvking news
Reply13 days
As opposed to what?
Reply13 days
Where was he going to go?
Reply13 days
Too bad we won’t have enough players to have a team.
Reply13 days
Much respect. Hope he kills it next year
Reply13 days
I would bet he’s the leading scorer next season. frick Roy Williams.
11 days
I would bet he’s the leading scorer next season. frick Roy Williams.
11 days
Who will he pass it to?
Reply13 days
Geaux Tigers!!
Reply13 days
How is this news?
Reply13 days
Finally. Someone with a brain!
Reply13 days
Damn right!
Reply13 days
if wade is announced as back, emmitt, javontae and mays will be back. Those 4, plus what we have and couple recruits/transfers puts us in good shape after this mess
Reply13 days
Who's our bigs for next year?
13 days
@The Mick, I have no clue. just being optimistic
13 days
Gotcha... hopefully we can sign some transfers or juco
13 days
who?
Reply13 days
Amazing that college bball is at place where non-starter, role player freshmen make an announcement that they're returning for sophomore year. I'm glad he is, but come on now.....
Reply13 days
The first of many returning boys... Let's ride!
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ok we only need 4 more!
Reply13 days
1 on 5 baby it’s the new trend in the South
13 days
1/5
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