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The No. 10 LSU Tigers (25-5, 15-2 SEC) take on Vanderbilt (9-21, 0-17 SEC) Saturday night at the PMAC for a chance to claim school's first regular-season SEC title since 2009. The Tigers will be without head coach Will Wade as he is serving an indefinite suspension.

Tip-off is set for 7: 30 p.m. CT and will be televised on the SEC Network. Per LSUSports.net:
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The Tigers, 25-5 overall and 15-2 in the SEC, and the Commodores will meet in a sold-out Maravich Center at 7:30 p.m. in the final SEC game of the season. Vanderbilt is 9-21 and 0-17 in the league. Ceremonies honoring the senior players, Kavell Bigby-Williams and Daryl Edwards, and the senior managers will begin at 7:10 p.m.

The Tigers enter Saturday tied for the league lead with Tennessee. The Volunteers will play at Auburn on ESPN at noon with that game setting the stage for what will happen in Baton Rouge that night. If Tennessee wins, then LSU will need to win to be a regular season champion with Tennessee. If Tennessee loses, then LSU could win the league out right with a victory over Vanderbilt.

Should both teams lose, the possibility of a three-way tie for the title would exist if Kentucky won in an afternoon game versus Florida.
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tigerbait12165 months
Alright baws, let’s narrow our focus and do the damn thing!
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MasonTiger65 months
Win it all so the SEC and NCAA have to eat a fat shite-burger. Geaux Tigers.
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JustinT3765 months
Frick the NCAA and frick the SEC. All these admins cheat and the crooked NCAA targets Louisiana. Who wants to support tainted sports like this in the future?
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Placebeaux65 months
BOOT UP OR SHUT UP I say I say BOOT UP OR SHUT UP
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