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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Last night wasn't a bad one as teams in action went a combined 4-3.

In our first in state match up of the year, Tulane beat Southeastern 76-55. Jordan Walker scored 24 to lead the Green Wave who also got 18 points from Teshaun Hightower, 13 points from KJ Lawson and 10 points & 14 rebounds from Christion Thompson in the win. The Lions had only one player in double figures and that was Ty Brewer who had a big game with 17 points & 14 rebounds in the loss.

Louisiana Tech opened their season with a road win over Texas A&M-CC 82-49. The Bulldogs got a balanced scoring effort with four of their starting five in double figures including Daquan Bracey (14), Kalob Ledoux (13), JaColby Pemberton (11) and Derric Jean (10).

Northwestern State played their second game in two nights and came up short at Texas A&M 63-77. Nikos Chougkaz was the only Demon to reach double digit points scoring 12 in the game. Northwestern State is now 1-1 this season.

McNeese was on the road to open their season and fell to Western Michigan 65-75. The Cowboys got really good efforts from AJ Lawson who scored 21 points & Sha'markus Kennedy who had 15 points & 10 rebounds. Dru Kuxhausen also added 10 points for the McNeese in the loss.

Grambling beat East Texas Baptist University 102-70 to open their season with a win. That's all I can tell you about this game as I cannot locate a box score.

Also, if anyone has any affiliation with Grambling could you ask them to put game times on their schedule? It's a pain in the arse having to go to their opponents website to find out game times.

Lastly, Southern got a win over Loyola (NO) 87-70. The Jags were lead by Ahsante Shivers, Darius Williams and Amel Kuljuhovic who scored 18, 16 & 15 points respectively in the win.



There are no games tonight.
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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Really nice to break the 21 game losing streak. No one is going to burn the house down after a win against Southeastern, but Tulane doesn’t look bad. Definitely bigger and more athletic than last year.


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Yeah. From afar it seems like there's more talent in the program than there has been in a while. Depth of talent at least.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
We had no games last night, but we have two tonight including the season opener for LSU. See tonight's schedule below.

Friday, November 8th
LSU vs Bowling Green – 7pm (SECN+)
Grambling vs Ecclesia College – 7:30pm

Tomorrow we have five games featuring state schools including our second in state match up of the regular season. Schedule for this weekend below.

Saturday, November 9th
ULM vs Alcorn State – 11am
Nicholls @ Pittsburgh - 11am (ACCNX)
UNO @ Butler – 6pm (Fox Sports Go)
McNeese @ ULL – 7pm (ESPN+)
Southern @ Murray State – 7pm (ESPN+)

Sunday, November 10th
NO GAMES

Good luck to all teams this weekend.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Nicholls just beat Pittsburgh 75-70


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Overal state schools went a combined 5-3 this weekend.

*Friday night results*

LSU won their season opener over Bowling Green 88-79. The Tigers had 5 players in double figures led by Javonte Smart and Emmitt Williams who each scored 21 points. Skylar Mays, Darius Days and Trendon Watford scored 18, 13 & 10 respectively in the win.

I had to do a double take when I saw the Grambling score as they got a NINETY FIVE point win over Ecclesia College 147-52. As you would expect, the Tigers had many players reach double digit points including Prince Moss (22), Anthony Gaston (22), Tra'Michael Moton (17), Kelton Edwards (16), Terreon Randolph (14), Devante Jackson (14), Ivy Smith, Jr. (10) and Travon Bunch (10). Grambling improves to 2-0 this season.


*Saturday results*

The biggest news from Saturday was Nicholls going on the road and knocking off Pittsburgh 75-70. D'Angelo Hunter and Andre Jones led the Colonels with 17 points a piece while Kevin Johnson added 16 points in the win. Big win for Nicholls who have played two P5 teams tough and are 1-1 to start the season.

In an in state match up ULL beat McNeese 85-80. The Cajuns got over twenty points from both Cedric Ruseell (22) & Jalen Johnson (21) while Kobe Julien scored 15 and Dou Gueye had 11 in the win. The Cowboys had five players in double figured including Dru Kuxhausen (18), AJ Lawson (14), Leondre Washington (11), Roydell Brown (11 & 10 rebs) and ShaMarkus Kennedy (10) but it wasn't quite enough. The Cajuns improve to 2-0 this season while the Cowboys drop to 0-2.

ULM was able to survive against Alcorn State winning 73-72 in OT. The Warhawks were led by their usual suspects getting 17 points from JD Williams, 16 from Michael Ertel and 10 points from Youry White in the win. ULM is now 2-0 this year.

UNO lost at Butler 53-79. The Privateers were led by Damion Rosser with 13 points, Troy Green who scored 12 and Bryson Robinson who had 10 points in the loss. UNO is now 1-1 overall.

Southern fell at Murray State losing 49-69. Montese Blake was the only Jag to reach double figures in the scoring column as he had 13 points in the loss. Southern now sits at 1-1 this season.



This is a busy week as all teams are in action and we have at least one state school in action everyday. We have three games tonight involving state schools. See below for tonight's schedule and this weeks.

Monday, November 11th
SUNO @ McNeese – 6:30pm
ULM @ Texas A&M – 7pm (SECN+)
Southeastern vs Xavier – 7pm

Tuesday, November 12th
Louisiana Tech vs Wiley College – 6:30pm (CUSA.TV)
Northwestern State vs Rice – 6:30pm
Tulane vs Jackson State – 7pm
ULL @ TCU – 7pm (FSSW)
UNO @ SMU – 7pm (WatchESPN)

Wednesday, November 13th
LSU @ VCU – 5pm (ESPN2)
McNeese @ Wisconsin – 6pm
Grambling @ Southeastern – 7pm
Nicholls vs Paul Quinn College – 7pm

Thursday, November 14th
ULM @ Mississippi State – 6pm (SECN)
Southern @ New Mexico State – 7pm

Friday, November 15th
ULL vs Youngstown State – 7pm (ESPN+)

Saturday, November 16th
Northwestern State @ Tulane – 1pm (WatchESPN)
McNeese @ New Mexico – 3pm
Nicholls @ LSU – 3pm (SECN+)
Louisiana Tech @ Creighton – 5pm (FS2)

Sunday, November 17th
Southeastern vs Mobile – 1pm
UNO @ Mississippi State – 2pm (SECN+)


Good luck to all teams this week. Records are updated in the OP.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action went 2-1 last night and every team in the state now has a win.

ULM held the lead in the 2nd half at Texas A&M but ended up falling short 57-63. The Warhawks got a 25 point performance from Michael Ertel and 15 points from JD Williams in the loss. ULM drops to 2-1 on the season.

McNeese picked up their first win of the season with a 104-33 route over SUNO. The Cowboys were led by Dru Kruxhausen (23 points) and Sam Baker (21 points). ShaMarkus Kennedy added 14 and AJ Lawson scored 12 in the win. McNeese is now 1-2 this year.

Southeastern also picked up their first win topping Xavier (NO) 77-70. The Lions got a balanced scoring effort with four players in double figures including Nick Caldwell (15), Ty Brewer (12), Brandon Gonzalez (10) and LaQuan Butler (10). Southeastern gets to 1-1 overall.


We have a lot of action tonight as the are 5 games involving state schools. See tonight's schedule below.

Tuesday, November 12th
Louisiana Tech vs Wiley College – 6:30pm (CUSA.TV)
Northwestern State vs Rice – 6:30pm
Tulane vs Jackson State – 7pm
ULL @ TCU – 7pm (FSSW)
UNO @ SMU – 7pm (WatchESPN)

Records updated in OP.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 2-3.

Tulane got past Jackson State 88-79. The Green Wave were led by Teshaun Hightower's game high 21 points. Christion Thompson, KJ Lawson and Kevin Zhang were also in double figures with 19, 14 & 12 points respectively in the win. Tulane improves to 2-0 on the season.

Louisiana Tech also picked up a win last night beating Wiley College 98-52. The Bulldogs had five players reach double digit scoring including Kalob Ledoux (18), JaColby Pemberton (17), Xavier Armstead (15), Daquan Bracey (11) and Isaiah Crawford (11). Louisiana Tech is now 2-0 overall.

ULL had a rough one at TCU losing 65-98. Jalen Johnson led the Cajuns with 21 points while Cedric Russell and Mylik Wilson added 18 & 16 respectively in the loss. The Cajuns drop to 2-1 this year.

Northwestern State was up at half but ended up losing to Rice 74-80. The Demons got a big 26 point effort from Brian White, 11 points from Jamaure Gregg and 10 points & 12 rebounds from Chudier Bile but it wasn't quite enough. Northwestern State falls to 1-2.

UNO fell at SMU 64-77. Four of the five Privateer starters were in double figures led by Troy Green (20), Damion Rosser (14), Gerrale Gates (12) and Bryson Robinson (11). The Privateers now sit at 1-2 on the year.


We have another busy night tonight as four games involving state schools will take place. Most notably a good early season road test for LSU and an in state match up in Hammond. See schedule below.

Wednesday, November 13th
LSU @ VCU – 5pm (ESPN2)
McNeese @ Wisconsin – 6pm (BTN)
Grambling @ Southeastern – 7pm
Nicholls vs Paul Quinn College – 7pm

Records updated in OP.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Another night where teams in action went 2-3.

LSU almost got the win in less than stellar overall performance but ended up falling at VCU 82-84. The whole starting five was in double figures for the Tigers with Skylar Mays scoring 23, Javonte Smart scoring 15, Trendon Watford scored 11 and Darius Days & Charles Manning, Jr. each added 10 in the loss. LSU drops to 1-1 this season.

In an in state match up Grambling went to Hammond and beat Southeastern 81-70. The Tigers got a big night from Devante Jackson who scored a game high 26 points. Anthony Gaston scored 17 and Ivey Smith, Jr. scored 12 in the win. The Lions got double figure scoring efforts from Ty Brewer (15), Brandon Gonzalez (13), Von Julien (12) and Laquan Butler (10) but it wasn't enough. Grambling improves to 3-0 on the year while Southeastern falls to 1-2.

McNeese hung tough for a while but ended losing 63-83 at Wisconsin. ShaMarkus Kennedy led the Cowboys with 20 points and AJ Lawson added 10 points in the loss. McNeese is now 1-3 for the season.

Nicholls won their second consecutive game beating Paul Quinn College 81-66. Dexter McClanahan led the way with 18 points for the Colonels who also got 17 points & 10 rebounds from Elvis Harvey. D'Angelo Hunter and Andre Jones also reach double figures with 16 & 14 respectively in the win. Nicholls gets to 2-1 overall.



We have two teams in action tonight, both on the road. See schedule below.

Thursday, November 14th
ULM @ Mississippi State – 6pm (SECN)
Southern @ New Mexico State – 7pm


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Teams in action went 0-2 last night.

ULM lost at Mississippi State 45-62. JD Williams led the Warhawks with 14 points and Michael Ertel & Chris Efretuei each had 10 points in the loss. ULM drops to 2-2 on the season.

Southern also lost on the road at New Mexico State 63-79. Micah Bradford and Montese Blake were the only Jags to reach double figures in the scoring column with 13 & 12 points respectively. Southern falls to 1-2 this year.



We only have one game tonight, but many teams are in action this weekend including in state match ups in the PMAC and Fogelman Arena tomorrow. See schedule for tonight and this weekend below.


Friday, November 15th
ULL vs Youngstown State – 7pm (ESPN+)

Saturday, November 16th
Northwestern State @ Tulane – 1pm (WatchESPN)
Nicholls @ LSU – 3pm (SECN+)
Louisiana Tech @ Creighton – 5pm (FS2)
McNeese @ New Mexico – 5pm

Sunday, November 17th
Southeastern vs Mobile – 1pm
UNO @ Mississippi State – 2pm (SECN+)


Records are updated in OP. Probably wait another week to update the OP with top 50 stats.

Good luck to all teams this weekend.


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burdman
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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams went 4-5 overall this weekend.

*Friday Results*

ULL pulled away from Youngstown State in the second half to win 73-61. Kobe Julien was the leading scorer with 23 points for the Cajuns who also got 16 points & 10 rebounds from Jalen Johnson and 14 points from Cedric Russell in the win. The Cajuns improve to 3-1 this season.

*Saturday Results*

In the first of two in state match ups on Saturday, Tulane beat Northwestern State 79-52. The Wave were led by Teshaun Hightower, KJ Lawson and Nic Thomas who scored 19, 14 & 12 points respectively in the win. The Demons were led by Jairus Roberson's 15 points and also got 10 points from Nikos Chougkaz in the loss. Tulane is now 3-0 to start the year while Northwestern State is 1-3.

In the second in state match up, LSU topped Nicholls 75-65. The Tigers were led in scoring by Skylar Mays who scored 18 points and also got good efforts from Trendon Watford (17 points), Darius Days (17 points & 11 rebounds) and Emmitt Williams (11 points & 12 rebounds). The Colonels got another good scoring effort from Dexter McClanahan who had 20 points and also got a 15 point effort from D'Angelo Hunter in the loss. LSU gets to 2-1 on the year while Nicholls drops to 2-2.

Louisiana Tech lost on the road at Creighton 72-82. Daquan Bracey was the leading scorer for the Bulldogs with 18. Mubarak Muhammed had a double double with 14 points & 16 rebounds, Derric Jean scored 12 points and Amorie Archibald had 10 points in the loss. Louisiana Tech now sits at 2-1 this season.

McNeese lost 80-90 at New Mexico. The Cowboys got good scoring performances from ShaMarkus Kennedy, Dru Kruxhausen and Leondre Washington who scored 26, 21 & 18 points resepectively in the loss. McNeese falls to 1-4 this year.

*Sunday Results*

UNO had a tough one at Mississippi State falling 59-82. Bryson Robinson and Troy Green were the only Privateers in double figures as they each had 14 points in the loss. UNO drops to 1-3 overall.

Southeastern got past Mobile 65-58. Ty Brewer had 20 points & 11 rebounds to lead the Lions who also got 14 points from Pape Diop and 12 points from Isiah Kirby in the win. Southeastern gets to 2-2.




We are really getting into the season as this is another busy week with multiple teams in action every single day. We're also getting into tournament season as several state schools will head to tournaments this week. Tulane will head to Myrtle Beach and LSU & Nicholls will head to Jamaica. Meanwhile, there are two state schools in action tonight. See below for tonight's & this week's schedule.

Monday, November 18th
McNeese vs Arlington Baptist – 6:30pm
Southern vs Ecclesia – 6:30pm

Tuesday, November 19th
LSU vs UMBC – 6pm (SECN)
Nicholls @ Rhode Island – 6pm
Louisiana Tech vs Mississippi Valley State – 6:30pm (CUSA.TV)
Northwestern State vs Louisiana College – 6:30pm

Wednesday, November 20th
Southeastern @ Tulsa – 7pm
Grambling @ San Jose State – 9pm

Thursday, November 21st
Tulane vs Mississippi State – 1pm (ESPNU) [Myrtle Beach Invitational]
ULL @ Wyoming – 8pm

Friday, November 22nd
Tulane vs TBD – TBA (ESPN2/U) [Myrtle Beach Invitational]
Nicholls vs North Carolina A&T – 10:30am (CBSSN) [Jamaica Classic]
LSU vs Utah State – 6pm (CBSSN) [Jamaica Classic]
McNeese @ Richmond – 6pm
Louisiana Tech vs North Alabama – 6:30pm (CUSA.TV)
Southern @ Nebraska – 7pm (BTN+)

Saturday, November 23rd
Grambling @ Oregon State – 1:30pm (PAC12N)
Southeastern @ Austin Peay – 4pm (ESPN+)

Sunday, November 24th
LSU vs Rhode Island – 1:30pm (CBSSN) [Jamaica Classic]
Tulane vs TBD – TBA (ESPN2/U) [Myrtle Beach Invitational]
Nicholls vs UMBC – 8pm [Jamaica Classic]
UNO @ Hawaii – 9pm

Records updated in OP.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
It was a good Monday night as teams in action went 2-0.

McNeese cruised against Arlington Baptist winning 103-51. ShaMarkus Kennedy led the Cowboys with 22 points & 11 rebounds. Other double figure scorers included Sam Baker with 18, Dru Kruxhausen with 16 and Truman Moore who scored 12 in the win. McNeese is now 2-4 this season.

Southern also got an easy win rolling 121-55 over Ecclesia College. The Jags got a big scoring outburst from Damiree Burns who scored a game high 33 points. Other players reaching double digits in the scoring column were Isaiah Rollins with 12, Jayden Saddler with 12 and Ahsante Shivers with 11. Southern now sits at 2-2 on the year.



We have four teams in action tonight. See schedule below.

Tuesday, November 19th
LSU vs UMBC – 6pm (SECN)
Nicholls @ Rhode Island – 6pm (ESPN+)
Louisiana Tech vs Mississippi Valley State – 6:30pm (CUSA.TV)
Northwestern State vs Louisiana College – 6:30pm


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Overreaction/hot take to early action on the season (SLC specific):

Nicholls is going to run away with the SLC and SLU will be lucky to get 5 wins. I have been impressed with Nicholls, even losing to LSU.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Last night was a good one overall as teams in action went a combined 3-1.

LSU overcame a slow start to get an easy win over UMBC 77-50. Charles Manning Jr led the Tigers in scoring with 16 points while Trendon Watford (12 points & 12 rebounds) and Darius Days (10 points & 10 rebounds) each had double doubles in the win. LSU improves to 3-1 on the season.

Louisiana Tech rolled against Mississippi Valley State winning 76-43. Double figure scorers for the Bulldogs were JaColby Pemberton with 12, Isaiah Crawford with 12, Mubarak Muhammed with 10 and Amorie Archibald who scored 10 in the win. Louisiana Tech is now 3-1 this year.

Nicholls was on the road again against a solid opponent and come up just short losing 65-70 to Rhode Island. Warith Alatishe had 17 points & 10 rebounds to lead the Colonels who also got 16 points from Andre Jones and 15 points from Dexter McClanahan in the loss. Nicholls drops to 2-3 overall.

Northwestern State got past Louisiana College 67-60. Chudier Bile had a big night for the Demons with 21 points & 10 rebounds while Nikos Chougkaz chipped in with 10 points in the win. Northwestern State now sits at 2-3 on the year.




Action continues tonight as we have two state schools in action. Both on the road. See schedule below.

Wednesday, November 20th
Southeastern @ Tulsa – 7pm
Grambling @ San Jose State – 9pm


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lionward2014


Didn't see this til just now.

I agree about Nicholls. What they've shown in their first 5 games looks like a team that could definitely compete for the SLC title.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 0-2.

Southeastern was leading in the second half but couldn't quite hold on at Tulsa falling 66-73. Four of the five starters were in double figures for the Lions including Ty Brewer (17), Pape Diop (13), Brandon Gonzalez (10) and Von Julien (10). Southeastern falls to 2-3 this year.

Grambling also held a lead in the second of their game at San Jose State but ended up losing 76-83. The Tigers were led by Ivy Smith Jr's 19 points and got double digit scoring efforts from Devante Jackson, Trevell Cunningham and Kelton Edwards who scored 15, 11 & 10 points respectively in the loss. Grambling drops to 3-1 on the season.




We have two teams in action today including some day basketball as Tulane gets started at the Myrtle Beach Invitational. See schedule below.

Thursday, November 21st
Tulane vs Mississippi State – 1pm (ESPNU) [Myrtle Beach Invitational]
ULL @ Wyoming – 8pm


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Teams in action went 0-2 yesterday.

Tulane lost to Mississippi State 66-80 in their opener of the Myrtle Beach Invitational. KJ Lawson and Christion Thompson both scored 12 for the Wave while Jordan Walker added 11 points in the loss. Tulane loses their first game of the season and now sit at 3-1.

ULL was on the road at Wyoming and lost 61-69 in OT. Kobe Julien scored 15 points for the Cajuns and Cedric Russell & Dou Gueye also reached double figures with 13 & 11 points respectively in the loss. The Cajuns drop to 3-2 on the season.






We have tons of action today & this weekend. The Jamaica Classic gets under way today and two state schools are in the field. We have games involving state schools taking place all day today. See schedule for today and this weekend below.

Friday, November 22nd
Nicholls vs North Carolina A&T – 10:30am (CBSSN) [Jamaica Classic]
Tulane vs Middle Tennessee – 11am (ESPNU) [Myrtle Beach Invitational]
LSU vs Utah State – 6pm (CBSSN) [Jamaica Classic]
McNeese @ Richmond – 6pm (ESPN+)
Louisiana Tech vs North Alabama – 6:30pm (CUSA.TV)
Southern @ Nebraska – 7pm (BTN+)

Saturday, November 23rd
Grambling @ Oregon State – 1:30pm (PAC12N)
Southeastern @ Austin Peay – 4pm (ESPN+)

Sunday, November 24th
Tulane vs TBD – 12pm (ESPN2/U) [Myrtle Beach Invitational]
LSU vs Rhode Island – 1:30pm (CBSSN) [Jamaica Classic]
Nicholls vs UMBC – 8pm (CBSSN) [Jamaica Classic]
UNO @ Hawaii – 9pm

Good luck to all teams this weekend.
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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Over the weekend teams in action went a combined 5-7.

*Friday Results*

Nicholls lost their first game in the Jamaica Classic 54-66 against North Carolina A&T. Elvis Harvey scored 15 points for Colonels who also got a 13 point effort from Kevin Johnson in the loss. Nicholls dropped to 2-4 on the season.

Tulane beat Middle Tennessee 86-74 in their second game of the Myrtle Beach Invitational. The Wave got big scoring efforts from their starters inlcuding 25 from Christion Thompson, 20 from Teshaun Hightower, 18 from KJ Lawson and 11 points from Jordan Walker in the win. Tulane improved to 4-1 this year.

LSU had a rough second half and dropped their opener of the Jamaica Classic to Utah State 78-80. Skylar Mays had a game high 30 points for the Tigers and Darius Days & Emmitt Williams each had 14 points in the loss. LSU fell to 3-2 overall.

McNeese had a rough one at Richmond losing 57-87. Leondre Washington scored 15 points & AJ Lawson scored 12 as they were the only players in double figures for the Cowboys. McNeese is now 2-5 on the year.

Louisiana Tech won pretty easily over North Alabama 82-61. Mubarak Muhammed had 19 points & 12 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs who also got 13 points from Derric Jean and 10 points from Daquan Bracey in the win. Louisiana Tech now sits at 4-1 on the season.

Southern almost pulled off the upset at Nebraska but lost in OT 86-93. The Jags got a 31 point performance from Micah Bradford and 14 points from both Darius Williams & Damiree Burns but it wasn't quite enough. Southern drops to 2-3 overall.

*Saturday Results*

Grambling lost at Oregon State 58-80. Ivy Smith, Jr. scored 17 and Devante Jackson had 13 points for the Tigers in the loss. Grambling falls to 3-2 this year.

Southeastern struggled at Austin Peay losing 60-81. Jeremiah Saunders scored 14 and was the only Lion player to reach double figures. Southeastern drops to 2-4 this season.

*Sunday Results*

Tulane finished their time at the Myrtle Beach Invitational with a 65-61 win over Utah. Again the Wave got good scoring from their starters including double figures from Teshaun Hightower (16), KJ Lawson (14), Jordan Walker (12) and Nobal Days (10). Tulane improves to 5-1 overall.

LSU bounced back in their second game at the Jamaica Classic beating Rhode Island 96-83. Emmitt Williams led the Tigers with 27 points while Darius Days and Trendon Watford each added 16 points. Skylar Mays and Javonte Smart were also both in double figures with 14 & 11 points respectively. LSU now sits at 4-2 this year.

Nicholls also got a win in their second game at the Jamaica Classic defeating UMBC 82-72. The Colonels had five players in double figure scoring including Dexter McClanahan (26), Elvis Harvey (17), Lorenzo McGhee (13), Warith Alatishe (11 & 12 rebounds) and D'Angelo Hunter (10). Nicholls is now 3-4 this season.

UNO traveled to Hawaii and lost 71-79. The Privateers got 17 points from Bryson Robinson and 14 points & 10 rebounds from Gerrale Gates. Damion Rosser and Troy Green both reached double figures with 13 points each in the loss. UNO drops to 1-4 on the year.



We have another busy week as teams are in action every day except for Thanksgiving day. See schedule below for games today as well as this week's schedule.

Monday, November 25th
ULL vs Detroit Mercy – 3pm [MGM Resorts Main Event – Las Vegas, NV]
Louisiana Tech @ Indiana – 7:30pm (BTN)
Southeastern @ Vanderbilt – 7pm (SECN+)
Southern vs Omaha – 7pm [The Mainland Tournament at Omaha]

Tuesday, November 26th
Grambling @ Portland State – 2pm
ULL vs UC-Irvine – 3pm [MGM Resorts Main Event – Las Vegas, NV]
Southern vs TBD – 4:30pm [The Mainland Tournament at Omaha]
Northwestern State @ ULM – 7pm (ESPN+)
Nicholls vs Blue Mountain College – 7pm

Wednesday, November 27th
ULM vs Millsaps – 7pm (ESPN+)

Thursday, November 28th
NO GAMES

Friday, November 29th
UNO vs Eureka – 12pm
LSU vs Missouri State – 7pm (SECN+)
Grambling @ UC-Santa Barbara – 9pm

Saturday, November 30th
McNeese @ Texas – 1pm (LHN)
UNO vs Xavier – 6pm
Louisiana Tech vs Samford – 8pm (CUSA.TV)

Sunday, December 1st
Southern @ Tulane – 1pm (WatchESPN)

Records are updated in OP.


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Teams in action yesterday went 1-3.

ULL played their first game at the MGM Resorts Main Event and got a 81-62 win over Detroit Mercy. The Cajuns had four players reach double figure scoring including Jalen Johnson (18), Cedric Russell (16), Tirus Smith (11) and Mylik Wilson (10). The Cajuns improve to 4-2 this season.

Louisiana Tech was on the road to face Indiana and ended up losing 75-88. Amorie Archibald, Isaiah Crawford and Daquan Bracey were the double figure scorers for the Bulldogs with 24, 14 & 10 points respectively. Louisiana Tech drops to 4-2 this year.

Southeastern put up a good fight at Vanderbilt but eventually lost 70-78. Ty Brewer had a big game with 26 points & 12 rebounds for the Lions while Von Julien added 11 points in the loss. Southeastern falls to 2-5 on the year.

In their first game of the Mainland Classic Southern lost to Omaha 51-78. No one reached double figure scoring for the Jags who were led by Lamarcus Lee's 8 points. Southern now sits at 2-4 overall.





We have another busy day/night with six state schools in action including an in state match up at Fant-Ewing tonight. See schedule below.

Tuesday, November 26th
Grambling @ Portland State – 2pm
ULL vs UC-Irvine – 3pm [MGM Resorts Main Event – Las Vegas, NV]
Southern vs IUPUI – 4:30pm [The Mainland Tournament at Omaha]
Northwestern State @ ULM – 7pm (ESPN+)
Nicholls vs Blue Mountain College – 7pm

Good luck to all teams today/tonight.


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re: 2019-20 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action yesterday went a combined 3-3.

In an in state match up, ULM defended home court against Northwestern State winning 77-69. The Warhawks got good efforts from their usual suspects as Michael Ertel scored 22 and JD Williams scored 17. Jalen Hodge also reached double figures with 12 points in the win. The Demons got double figure scoring from Chudier Bile (18), Brian White (15), Jamaure Gregg (15) and Jairus Roberson (10) but came up short. ULM improves to 3-2 this year while Northwestern State drops to 2-4.

ULL had a rough outing in their last game at the MGM Resorts Main Event losing the UC-Irvine 67-92. The Cajuns had four players in double figure scoring including PJ Hardy with 18, Kobe Julien with 13, Trajan Wesley with 11 and Jalen Johnson with 10 in the loss. The Cajuns drop to 4-3 on the season.

Nicholls cruised past Blue Mountain College winning 102-56. The Colonels got double figure scoring from six guys including Andre Jones (20), Dexter McClanahan (18), Kevin Johnson (14), Warith Alatishe (13), Elvis Harvey (13) and D'Angelo Hunter (11). Nicholls now sits at 4-4 overall.

Southern bounced back to win their second game at the Mainland Classic beating IUPUI 83-77. Lamarcus Lee and Montese Blake each scored 17 points to lead the Jags who also got 14 points from Brendon Brooks in the win. Southern gets to 3-4 on the year.

Grambling lost at Portland State 74-84. Devante Jackson was the high scorer for the Tigers with 20 while Prince Moss added 13, Anthony Gaston had 12 and Travon Bunch scored 10 in the loss. Grambling falls to 3-3 this season.






Alright, there are no games for the next two days. I thought ULM was playing Millsaps today, but I was either dead wrong or the game got rescheduled. Anyways, we'll resume on Friday. I'll be out of town til Sunday evening so there won't be an update from me until Monday (not that it matters ).

Anyway, see below for the schedule the remainder of the week. Hope everyone has a good Thanksgiving.

Wednesday, November 27th
NO GAMES

Thursday, November 28th
NO GAMES

Friday, November 29th
UNO vs Eureka – 12pm
LSU vs Missouri State – 7pm (SECN+)
Grambling @ UC-Santa Barbara – 9pm

Saturday, November 30th
McNeese @ Texas – 1pm (LHN)
UNO vs Xavier – 6pm
Louisiana Tech vs Samford – 8pm (CUSA.TV)

Sunday, December 1st
Southern @ Tulane – 1pm (WatchESPN)


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