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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Just looked back and you're probably right. I believe that they will get a couple of AAC games just because I think it's really hard to go winless in conference.

Feel for you guys, definitely thought things would be better three years in to his tenure.


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msutiger
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
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Louisiana Tech came up short at North Texas 59-63. The Bulldogs got a 22 point effort from Dequan Bracey and 11 points from JaColby Pemberton in the loss. Louisiana Tech falls to 11-4 overall and 1-1 in CUSA play.


Digging yourself a 20-point first-half hole with a seven man rotation usually isnt a good recipe for success


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
I noticed the limited rotation in the box score, what's up with that?

ETA: Just realized the rotation has been pretty small all year.
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msutiger
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Injuries galore. Will be really nice next season when we return practically the entire roster (minus Jean) and add McNeese transfer Kalob Ledoux (averaged over 15 ppg for the Cowboys last season)


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Can't believe Bracey is only a junior. Feel like he's been there for 5 years


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Over the weekend teams went 4-7. Recap below.

*Friday, January 4th*

Tulane lost to SMU 65-74. The Wave got a 20 point, 15 rebound effort from Samir Sehic, 17 points from Jordan Cornish and 14 points from Caleb Daniels but it wasn't enough. Tulane drops to 4-10 and 0-2 in AAC play.

*Saturday, January 5th*

Louisiana Tech lost at Rice 66-78. The Bulldogs had four players reach double figure scoring led by Dequan Bracey with 18, JaColby Pemberton scored 15, Ra'Shawn Langston scored 13 and Anthony Duruji had 10 in the loss. Louisiana Tech falls to 11-5 overall and 1-2 in CUSA.

ULL beat Little Rock 75-61. The Cajuns got a huge game from JaKeenan Gant who scored 45 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the win. Cedric Russell was the only other Cajun player to reach double figures with 11 points in the win. ULL gets to 10-5 and 1-1 in Sun Belt play.

ULM defeated Arkansas State 85-75. The Warhawks were led by Daishon Smith (24 points), Michael Ertel (19 points), Travis Munnings & JD Williams (18 points each). ULM is now 9-5 overall and 2-0 in the SBC.

UNO went topped Houston Baptist 81-76 in OT. Ezekiel Charles led the Privateers with 19 points & 11 rebounds. Bryson Robinson scored 14 while Gerrale Gates & Damion Rosser each scored 10 in the victory. UNO improves to 6-7 and 1-1 in Southland play.

Northwestern State edged McNeese 66-61. The Demons had two players in double digits led by Ishmael Lane's 17 point, 12 rebound performance and Brian White's 10 point effort. The Cowboys were got good efforts from James Harvey, Shamarkus Kennedy and Roydell Brown who scored 17, 16 & 10 points respectively. Northwestern State improves to 6-9 and 1-1 in the SLC while McNeese falls to 5-10 and 1-1 in conference.

Southeastern dropped a close one to Central Arkansas losing 71-73. Marlain Veal scored 27 points and Moses Greenwood & Brandon Gonzalez each scored 15 for the Lions but they came up just short. The Lions fall to 4-11 overall and 0-2 in the SLC.

Nicholls lost at Incarnate Word 58-65. Brandon Moore led the Colonels with 15 while Gavin Peppers & Kevin Johnson each chipped in with 10 points in the loss. Nicholls drops to 8-7 on the season and 1-1 in conference.

Grambling had a rough SWAC opener losing 53-74 at Alcorn State. Dallas Polk-Hillard with 14 points and Ivy Smith, Jr. with 12 points were the only Tiger players in double figures. Grambling falls to 6-8 and 0-1 in conference.

Southern lost to Prairie View A&M 73-82. The Jags got 17 points from Jayden Saddler & Sidney Umude and 11 points from Richard Lee but it wasn't enough. Southern is now 1-13 overall and 0-1 in SWAC play.



Below is the schedule for this week. There are two teams in action tonight.

Monday, January 7th
Grambling @ Alabama State – 7:30pm
Southern vs Texas Southern – 7:30pm

Tuesday, January 8th
LSU vs Alabama – 8pm (SECN)

Wednesday, January 9th
Tulane @ USF – 6pm (WatchESPN)
McNeese vs Abilene Christian – 6:30pm
Northwestern State vs Texas A&M-CC – 6:30pm
UNO @ Lamar – 7pm (ESPN+)
Nicholls vs Stephen F. Austin – 7pm (Eleven Sports)

Thursday, January 10th
Louisiana Tech vs UAB – 6:30pm (beIN)
ULL @ Georgia State – 6pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Georgia Southern – 6pm

Friday, January 11th
NO GAMES

Saturday, January 12th
LSU @ Arkansas – 5pm (SECN)
Louisiana Tech vs Middle Tennessee – 4pm (ESPN3/+)
ULL @ Georgia Southern – 4pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Georgia State – 12pm (ESPN+)
UNO vs McNeese – 4:15pm
Nicholls vs Houston Baptist – 3:30pm
Southeastern vs Abilene Christian – 4pm
Northwestern State @ Stephen F. Austin – 4:30pm (WatchESPN)
Grambling vs Southern – 5pm

Sunday, January 13th
Tulane vs Memphis – 5pm (ESPNU)

Good luck to all teams this week.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 0-2.

Grambling lost at Alabama A&M 60-65. Ivy Smith, Jr. had big night going for 27 points but he was the only Tiger to reach double figure scoring. Grambling drops to 6-9 overall and 0-2 in SWAC play.

Southern fell to Texas Southern 67-77. The Jags were led by Eddie Reese who scored 17 points and Sidney Umude who scored 15 points but it wasn't enough. Southern is now 1-14 on the season and 0-2 in conference.


There is only one game tonight and it's in Baton Rouge where LSU opens SEC play against Alabama at 8pm on SECN.


redfishfan
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Southern's current HC is a clown. Not surprising to see them struggling.


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
LSU opened SEC play with a 88-79 win over Alabama. The Tigers had four players reach double digits in the scoring column led by Tremont Waters 19 points and Kavell Bigby-Williams 14 point, 13 rebound effort. Solid performances were turned in by Ja'vonte Smart with 15 points and Darius Days with 14 points in the win. LSU improves to 11-3 overall and 1-0 in conference.


Lots of games tonight as five state schools are in action. See schedule below.

Wednesday, January 9th
Tulane @ USF – 6pm (WatchESPN)
McNeese vs Abilene Christian – 6:30pm
Northwestern State vs Texas A&M-CC – 6:30pm
UNO @ Lamar – 7pm (ESPN+)
Nicholls vs Stephen F. Austin – 7pm (Eleven Sports)


Pfft
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Is Tulane really playing at the same time as the Saints game??


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BCMCubs
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Colonels beat SFA for the first time in 9 years


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action were 2-3 last night.

Tulane lost at UCF 48-66. Samir Sehic led the Wave with a 14 point, 12 rebound effort and Kevin Zhang scored 11 in the loss. Tulane falls to 4-11 overall and 0-3 in the AAC.

Nicholls beat Stephen F. Austin 78-73. Brandon Moore was the high scorer for the Colonels with 25 points while Jeremiah Jefferson and Gavin Peppers each scored 15 in the win. Nicholls is now 9-7 on the season and 2-1 in SLC play.

UNO got a win over Lamar 78-71. The Privateers had four players reach double figure scoring. Ezekiel Charles led the way with 22 points, Bryson Robinson scored 18 and Gerrale Gates & Damion Rosser both scored 11 in the game. UNO gets to .500 on the year at 7-7 and improves to 2-1 in conference.

Northwestern State lost a close one to Texas A&M-CC 61-62. DeAndre Love was the only Demon to crack double figures as he scored 10 in the loss. Northwestern State falls to 6-10 and 1-2 in Southland play.

McNeese also lost by a single point falling 72-73 to Abilene Christian. Roydell Brown had a double double with 15 points & 11 rebounds, James Harvey scored 17, Malik Hines scored 14 and Trey Touchet had 12 points but it wasn't quite enough. McNeese drops to 5-11 overall and 1-2 in conference.


There are three games involving state schools tonight. See schedule below.

Thursday, January 10th
Louisiana Tech vs UAB – 6:30pm (beIN)
ULL @ Georgia State – 6pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Georgia Southern – 6pm


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action went 1-2 last night.

Louisiana Tech beat UAB 64-53. JaColby Pemberton was the high scorer for the Bulldogs with 17 points and Dequan Bracey & Oliver Powell each scored 11 in the win. Louisiana Tech goes to 12-5 overall and 2-2 in CUSA play.

ULL lost at Georgia State 76-89. JaKeenan Gant had a big night for the Cajuns in the loss scoring 36 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. Justin Miller had a 13 point, 13 rebound effort and Jerekius Davis chipped in with 11 points but it wasn't enough. ULL drops to 10-6 on the season and 1-2 in the Sun Belt.

ULM lost at the buzzer to Georgia Southern 78-79. The Warhawks got big contributions from Daishon Smith who scored 27 points and Michael Ertel who scored 22 points. JD Williams added 11 points but they came up just short. ULM drops their first conference game and is now 9-6 on the year and 2-1 in conference.


There are no games with state schools tonight. Everyone is action this weekend. All schools are playing on Saturday except for Tulane who play on Sunday (yes, during the Saints game). See schedule below.

Friday, January 11th
NO GAMES

Saturday, January 12th
LSU @ Arkansas – 5pm (SECN)
Louisiana Tech vs Middle Tennessee – 4pm (ESPN3/+)
ULL @ Georgia Southern – 4pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Georgia State – 12pm (ESPN+)
UNO vs McNeese – 4:15pm
Nicholls vs Houston Baptist – 3:30pm
Southeastern vs Abilene Christian – 4pm
Northwestern State @ Stephen F. Austin – 4:30pm (WatchESPN)
Grambling vs Southern – 5pm

Sunday, January 13th
Tulane vs Memphis – 5pm (ESPNU)


Good luck to all teams this weekend. Records, RPIs, Net Rankings and Player & Team Stats updated in OP.


BCMCubs
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Colonels at home beat HBU 77-76.

Colonels are 10-7 overall and 3-1 in SLC play


GEAUX COLONELS


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TulaneFan
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
NCAA basketball rankings

-rankings are through 1/11

25. LSU
101. La Tech
145. UL Monroe
197. UL Lafayette
252. UNO
302. Tulane
313. Grambling
315. McNeese
333. Southeastern
341. Northwestern State
350. Southern





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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
This weekend state schools went 7-5. Recap below.

*Saturday, January 12th*

LSU was able to get by Arkansas winning 94-88 in OT. Tigers were led by big scoring nights from Naz Reid who led the way with 27 points and Marlon Taylor who scored 21. Skylar Mays had 15 points and Tremont Waters had 17 points & 11 assists in the win. LSU is now 12-3 and 2-0 in SEC play.

Louisiana Tech took care of Middle Tennessee 73-56. Anthony Duruji was the high scorer for the Bulldogs with 19 points. Amorie Archibald with 15 points, Ra'Shawn Langston with 10 points and Mubarak Muhammed with 11 points & 10 rebounds all had nice contributions in the win. Louisiana Tech goes to 13-5 and 3-2 in CUSA.

ULL edged Georgia Southern 87-85. The Cajuns were led again by a double double from JaKeenan Gant who had 22 points & 12 rebounds. Jerekius Davis scored 17 and Marcus Stroman & PJ Hardy each scored 12 in the win. ULL goes to 11-6 overall and 2-2 in the Sun Belt.

ULM lost a close one at Georgia State 73-74. Double figure scorers for the Warhawks were JD Williams with 19, Michael Ertel with 18 and Daishon Smith & Travis Munnings who each scored 11 but they came up just short. ULM drops to 9-7 overall and 2-2 in conference.

Nicholls topped Houston Baptist 77-76. The Colonels were led by Kevin Johnson, Jeremiah Jefferson and Brandon Moore who scored 19, 17 & 14 points respectively. Nicholls is now 10-7 this season and 3-1 in SBC play.

UNO beat McNeese 79-66. The Privateers were led by Bryson Robinson (17), Damion Rosser (15), Jahmel Myers (13) & Ezekiel Charles (10) in the win. The Cowboys got a 28 point effort from Shamarkus Kennedy and a 13 point effort from Malik Hines in the loss. UNO goes to 8-7 on the year and 3-1 in the Southland while McNeese falls to 5-12 and 1-3.

Northwestern State got a big win at Stephen F. Austin 61-59. DeAndre Love was the only Demon player to reach double figures with 16 points, but that was all they needed to get the win. Northwestern State is now 7-10 and .500 in conference at 2-2.

Southeastern dropped a close one to Abilene Christian 72-75. Marlain Veal's 19 points led the Lions who also got a 15 point, 11 rebound effort from Moses Greenwood and 14 points from Keith Charleston in the loss. Southeastern drops to 4-12 this year and 0-3 in conference.

Grambling took round one against Southern 69-63. The Tigers were led by Anthony Gaston, Ivy Smith, Jr. and Dallas Polk-Hillard who scored 17, 16 & 10 points respectively in the win. The Jags got 12 points from Jayden Saddler & 11 points from Richard Lee in the loss. Grambling improves to 7-9 this season and 1-2 in SWAC play while Southern falls to 1-15 and 0-3.

*Sunday, January 13th*

Tulane came up short against Memphis losing 79-83. The Wave were led by Kevin Zhang's 25 points and also got 15 points & 13 rebounds from Blake Paul and 12 points from Caleb Daniels but it wasn't enough. Tulane is now 4-12 overall and 0-4 in the AAC.



There are 2 games involving state schools tonight. Below is the schedule for tonight and the rest of the week.

Monday, January 14th
Grambling vs Alcorn State – 7:30pm
Southern @ Jackson State – 7:30pm

Tuesday, January 15th
LSU @ Ole Miss – 8pm (SECN)

Wednesday, January 16th
McNeese vs Nicholls – 6:30pm
Southeastern vs Lamar – 7pm
UNO vs Stephen F. Austin – 7pm

Thursday, January 17th
Louisiana Tech @ Old Dominion – 6pm (ESPN+)

Friday, January 18th
NO GAMES

Saturday, January 19th
LSU vs South Carolina – 5pm (SECN)
Tulane @ UConn – 6:30pm (CBSS)
Louisiana Tech @ Charlotte – 3pm
ULM vs ULL – 2pm (ESPN+)
Nicholls @ Central Arkansas – 4pm
McNeese vs Southeastern – 3pm (Eleven Sports)
UNO @ Texas A&M-CC – 5pm (WatchESPN)
Northwestern State @ Abilene Christian – 6pm
Grambling @ Texas Southern – 5pm
Southern vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff – 5:30pm

Sunday, January 20th
NO GAMES

Records & Standings updated in OP.


msutiger
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Gotta at least split on the Old Dominion - Charlotte road swing. Would be nice to sweep it seeing as we got swept on the UNT-Rice swing last road trip.

Can't lose at home and splitting on the road will be crucial to guaranteeing that top-four spot in the new C-USA Flex Scheduling.


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 1-1.

Grambling rolled Alcorn State 77-42. Dallas Polk-Hillard led the Tigers with a 17 point, 11 rebound performance. Anthony Gaston and Devante Jackson both reached double figure scoring with 16 & 15 points respectively in the win. Grambling improves to 8-9 overall and 2-2 in SWAC play.

Southern lost at Jackson State 58-64. The Jags got 16 points from Sidney Umude, 14 from Aaron Ray and 12 points from both Jayden Saddler & Destin Dunton in the loss. Southern is now 1-16 this year and 0-4 in conference.


The only game tonight is LSU at Ole Miss at 8pm on SECN.


ETA: Player & Team stats updated in OP
This post was edited on 1/15 at 8:33 am


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
LSU was the only team in action last night and they beat Ole Miss 83-69. The Tigers were led by Tremont Waters who scored 20 points and Kavell Bigby-Williams who scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Skylar Mays and Marlon Taylor also had nice contributions with 14 & 12 points respectively. LSU improves to 13-3 and 3-0 in the SEC.


There are 3 games involving state schools tonight including an in state match up in Lake Charles. See schedule below.

Wednesday, January 16th
McNeese vs Nicholls – 6:30pm
Southeastern vs Lamar – 7pm
UNO vs Stephen F. Austin – 7pm


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