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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
Per LSUSports.net: BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU defeated Liberty University, 74-58, inside the Pete Maravich Assembly Center on Monday night.

The Tigers again posted a dominating second-half performance, scoring 49 points to the Flames’ 32.

LSU was led by forward Darius Days who had 26 points (20 in the second half) and made five threes. Center Efton Reid added 13 points and six rebounds. Guards Eric Gaines and Xavier Pinson each had ten points; Gaines had five steals and three assists, while Pinson added seven assists and two steals.

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Up Next: LSU vs. McNeese State at the PMAC on Thursday, November 18 at 7pm CT (SECN+/ESPN+).
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Liberty was surprisingly scrappy and played with a lot of heart
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Days is playing like an All-american this year so far. He's playing like he's hungry, oh yeah and the team defense is nice. I like this team right here.
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Bad call and technical was just the kick in the butt we needed.
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The refs still sucked.
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Down 5 points with 6:30 left (52-47), win by 16 (58-74). Good times.
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