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Per LSUSprots.net: BATON ROUGE- Senior Aaron Epps logged a career-high 26 points and a career-best 16 rebounds for his fourth career double-double as LSU defeated Houston, 80-77, Wednesday night in the Maravich Center.

With just 10 seconds left in the game and Houston in offensive control, freshman Tremont Waters went up for a massive block as LSU secured the massive victory in the PMAC.

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LSU (6-2) return to action Saturday, Dec. 16 at noon CT against Stephen F. Austin at the PMAC. The game will be televised on the SEC Network.

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Yuuuge
Reply41 months
Massive.
41 months
Leaving campus now, the place went bananas on the water block at the end. What an awesome game
Reply41 months
Excellent effort by the Tigers tonight. Epps stepped up big, better team defense, and Waters big block sealed the win.
Reply41 months
What a great game! The PMAC was electric. Epps balled out.
Reply41 months
Epps seemed to be in the right place all nite. Waters is a water bug that can jump. Awesome win for the Tigers!
Reply41 months
Was this massively massive?
Reply41 months
Good quality win. End of the year wins make a lot of decisions easy for committees.
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