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The No. 19 LSU Tigers (16-3, 6-0 SEC) take on the Texas A&M Aggies (8-10, 1-5 SEC) in College Station, TX on Wednesday night. Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. CT and the game will be televised on ESPN2 with Karl Ravech and Jon Sundvold on the call. Per LSUSports.net:

The Tigers come into College Station after an emotional overtime win, 86-80, at Missouri on Saturday in which LSU stormed back from a 70-56 deficit with 2:14 to play to force overtime at 71-71 after a 15-1 run.

In the game, the Tigers, shooting just 35 percent for the game, got a personal 9-0 run from Skylar Mays on two three-pointers sandwiched around a layup and subsequent free throw that cut Missouri’s lead to 75-60. LSU would eventually tie the game with 2.2 seconds remaining on a free throw by Emmitt Williams.

In the five minute extra session, Javonte Smart hit two three-pointers that helped LSU get the lead for good, going on for the team’s ninth straight win overall and their third road win in the season. Read more.
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Just make sure to beat the Bama jerseys off of them!
Reply3 months
Challenge is a strong word considering that A&M has been dominated at home in conference.
Reply3 months
Will Jimbo's nephew be there? Asking for a friend.
Reply3 months
We can send Kevin Faulk just in case
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