The waiting game is done, and the Tigers’ first SEC Tournament opponent is set. After a roller coaster of a game, 12th seeded Tennessee knocks off Vanderbilt 67-65.
What’s that mean for LSU? The 4th seeded Tigers have to exorcise the demons that haunted them in an 81-65 loss to the Volunteers in Knoxville.
To make matters worse, LSU will be without senior guard Keith Hornsby after the team announced that his season is over following a medical procedure for his sports hernia injury that held him out the last four games of the regular season.
With the Tigers’ 2-4 stretch to close conference play, they’ll likely have to win the SEC Tournament to make the field of 68 in the NCAA Tournament.
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