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Per LSUSports.net: FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas – The LSU Tigers, beset by foul trouble from the very start, lost its final road game of the season, 99-90, to Arkansas Wednesday night at Bud Walton Arena.

The Tigers are now 20-10 overall and 11-6 on the season in the SEC, in a three-way tie for second with Auburn and Florida entering play on Saturday. The Tigers have already clinched the double bye for the SEC Tournament that begins in Nashville next week. LSU closes the regular season on Saturday at 1 p.m. against Georgia with senior tribute ceremonies prior to the game at 12:45 p.m.

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Up Next: LSU will host Georgia at the PMAC on Saturday in the regular-season finale. Tip-off at 1 p.m. CT on ESPN2.
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13 Comments
It was frustrating to see a lot of really good shots just not go in.
Reply11 months
LSU this is not no NCAA tournament team look at the way they are playing cmon One and done If they lose the next 2 games I wouldn’t invite them to the Big Dance they would have lost 5 of last 7 games
Reply11 months
Go back to school
11 months
"LSU this is not no" Billy Madison did it. So can you
11 months
You know what a Double negative Means don’t you? Means your an idiot
11 months
The Hogs are very tough at home, especially in Mens Basketball. Very tough against all opponents.
Reply11 months
Let’s beat Georgia and win at least 1 sec tournament game and take 1 in the NCAAs
Reply11 months
Repeat after me: help is coming, help is coming, help is coming.
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11 months
54 free throw attempts for Arkansas. An absolute joke of a game called by this trash arse officiating team.
Reply11 months
Don't foul so much...pretty simple to me
11 months
Isn't that dude at the top of this column being investigated by the FBI for wire fraud. If so, well he fits right in to the zeitgeist of Baton Rouge.
11 months
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