The 9th-ranked LSU women’s basketball team opened up SEC play last night by knocking off 24th-ranked Arkansas 69-45 in Fayetteville. Angel Reese and Alexis Morris each had 19 points and the Razorbacks shot just 28 percent from the field.
In men’s basketball action last night, Louisiana Tech trounced UTSA 91-69 as the Bulldogs shot 54-percent from the field. Isaiah Crawford had 20 points and six steals.
Sun Belt play started last night, the Ragin Cajuns missed a three-pointer with one second left and lost to Coastal Carolina 77-76. Jordan Brown had 25 points in a losing effort. ULM topped two-time conference regular season champion Texas State 57-53. Tyreke Locure had 12 points and eight rebounds.
The Pelicans go after their fifth straight win tonight as they host the 76ers in front of a sold-out Smoothie King Center. New Orleans is tied with Denver for the best record in the Western Conference at 22-12.
LSU is 1-0 in SEC play after beating upsetting ninth-ranked Arkansas on Wednesday. The Bayou Bengals are 12-and-1 overall and Coach Matt McMahon says his team is a work in progress, but looking to shake up a loaded SEC…
cut 17 (20) “…build on”
The Tigers will take on 19th-ranked Kentucky in Lexington on Tuesday.
LSU safety Major Burns says he’s coming back for his senior season, while Saints running back Alvin Kamara has yet to practice this week because of a personal issue.