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Per NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- LSU knocked of No. 8-ranked Arkansas, 78-71, on Saturday afternoon to earn its first SEC Tournament final berth since 1993.

Third-seeded LSU (18-8) will face top-seeded Alabama in the championship game on Sunday at noon CT. The game will be televised by ESPN and broadcast live on the LSU Sports Radio Network starting at 11:30 a.m.

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Let’s win the whole damn thing!!!
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Damn proud of this team. Hitting stride at the right time
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frick Bama
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Roll Tide
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Omg, if they beat Bama!!!!
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They played great especially in the second half, on defense with quick hands. Eric Gaines is great on D
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I'm proud of this team. Hope we beat Bama, even if we was to lose I just hope they play a competitive game instead of getting blowed out like the last two games we played them. Geaux Tigers
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LFG! Time for revenge against the gumps
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They've showed some resolve last few games, so let's hope it continues. Either way, the dance is a different game. Seeding will help but they gotta show up when scheduled.
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Love me some Cam. He please don’t hate on Ben and I FUKIN MEAN THAT but Cam is a stud and depending on tomorrow and the next 6 following games he could go down in history as the ultimate 1 and DONE player in Tiger history. Boy a title and him getting a top 5 lottery pick would be incredible
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Geaux Tigers!
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Third time is the Charm!
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Guess it's not, LOL
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