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LSU's 66-55 win over Texas A&M on Tuesday night allowed the Tigers to lock up a double-bye in the SEC Tournament, held March 13-17 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Coach Will Wade and the Tigers are currently tied for first place in the SEC and will not need to play in the conference tournament until Friday, March 15. LSU will play in one-of-four games that Friday with the first game starting at 12 p.m. CT on ESPN.

LSU has three games remaining on the schedule before the tournament starts; at Alabama this Saturday, March 2, at Florida on Wednesday, March 6, and vs. Vanderbilt on Saturday, March 9.

The Tigers are currently are 23-5, 13-2 SEC on the season with an AP Top 25 & NET Rankings of No. 13.

NCAA Tournament projections have LSU floating around as a No. 3 seed.
Filed Under: LSU Basketball
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jimbeam64 months
Double bye huge to get healthy that week
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GeauxsomeMeaux64 months
They Rollin
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Lsutigerturner64 months
This is so fricking awesome
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TOKEN64 months
Sweet 16 we get there I’ll be happy. Anything after that is lagniappe.
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CanebreakCajun64 months
What a season
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DVinBR64 months
we comin
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lsuohiofan64 months
Love it. This team just doesn't quit. Will is one hell of a coach!
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ByUselves64 months
Awesome stuff from a very young team!
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