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Per LSUSports.net: BATON ROUGE – Skylar Mays hit an 18-foot jumper with time running out that swished through the net to set off a victory celebration in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center as LSU ran its record to 3-0 in the Southeastern Conference with a rallying 60-59 win over Mississippi State Saturday night.

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sometimes it be that way
Reply24 months
It really do
24 months
It don’t look like it do, but it do.
24 months
To outsiders; they may not think it be like it is, but it do.
24 months
They are finally starting to jell. Go Tigers!
Reply24 months
Ye-ye
Reply24 months
Will Wade WILL bring a championship to LSU basketball.... he WILL!
Reply24 months
Frick Moo moo
Reply24 months
Paging Dr Mays.
Reply24 months
Dr Mays...please call the medical exchange
Reply24 months
THE LOOK ON WILL WADE’S FACE HAHAHA
Reply24 months
Just another day at the office. Lol. Geaux Tigers!
24 months
LSU shot poorly all game, yet still had enough to beat the cowbells. geaux Tigers
Reply24 months
Crazy the band didn’t start playing at all
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