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Matt Stamey-USA TODAY Sports
No. 3 LSU and No. 2 Michigan State will tip-off at 6:09 p.m. CT Friday night in the Sweet 16 at the Captial One Arena in Washington, D.C.

The game will be televised on CBS with Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, and Grant Hill on the call. Tracy Wolfson will be the courtside reporter.

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The Tigers (28-6) advanced to the Sweet 16 by beating No. 6 Maryland 69-67 in the second round while the Spartans (30-6) moved on after beating No. 10 Minnesota 70-50.

LSU and Michigan State have only played once in the past: the 1979 Sweet 16 with Spartans beating the Tigers 87-71.
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BobABooey64 months
Death, taxes, and a Tiger victory are 3 things guaranteed to happen. I picked Michigan State to win the tournament in my bracket. This will be karma for picking against the Tigers. Book it.
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Dalosaqy64 months
Decent commentators. Nance is solid.
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blueboy64 months
They're going to force us to watch Tracy Wolfson turn to dust on the air. It's the only explanation.
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DVinBR64 months
ridin
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GeauxsomeMeaux64 months
Show the world Tigers!!!!!
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TOKEN64 months
Can’t wait to kill Sparta
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KCT64 months
It's on CBS, so they aren't exactly trying to hide LSU. I like the time & the network. Gotta play both halves in this game, Tigers.
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JimmyMcGoo64 months
I’m rock hard.
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DeplorableTigerFan64 months
Some things just don't need to be shared. Rub it out and all will be good.
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