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First-year head coach Will Wade and the LSU Tigers will open up conference play on Wednesday night vs. the 17th-ranked Kentucky Wildcats at the 7:30 p.m. CT inside the PMAC. Per LSUSports.net:
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LSU is 9-3 on the season, wrapping up its non-conference play with a 71-61 win last Thursday at Memphis, its first true road win since the opening conference game of the 2016-17 season. Tremont Waters had 18 points and eight assists in the game, while Skylar Mays had 14 points and four assists and Brandon Sampson 12.

Sampson was in his second game back from his sprained ankle at the start of the fourth game of the year. He played 25 minutes.

Kentucky is 11-2 overall and 1-0 in the SEC after opening league play Sunday at home against Georgia with a victory. In fact, despite a dominating win over Louisville on Friday and the opening league win over Kentucky, the Wildcats actually dropped from 16 to 17 in the AP poll.

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Let’s GEAUX Tigers! Get that W! It is absolutely necessary seeing the status of the rant right now. Not too sure how much longer some may last... We need something to be excited about!
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