6:45 LRN Sportscast

The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champs for a second consecutive season as K-C outlasted San Francisco 25 to 22 in overtime. Minden native and former Louisiana Tech star L’Jarius Sneed had three tackles and a pass defensed as he’s a Super Bowl champion for a second time. Former Ragin Cajuns star and Erath Bobcat Elijah Mitchell had two carries for eight yards for the 49ers.

The 13th ranked LSU women’s basketball team rallied back from a ten point deficit to beat Alabama 85-66 yesterday. Angel Reese had 27 points and 19 rebounds. The Lady Tigers outscored Bama 30-9 in the third quarter.

The Ragin Cajuns men’s basketball team finished a six game homestand with an 86 to 60 win in the Sun Belt-MAC challenge. Five players were in double figures for U-L Lafayette led by Themus Fulks 17 points.

ULM beat Eastern Michigan 82 to 76 while Louisiana Tech lost to Liberty 65-62.

For the second time this season, the LSU men’s basketball team gave up 109 points to 16th-ranked Alabama and lost to the Crimson Tide 109-92 on Saturday in the Maravich Center. This was a game for 32 minutes, but Bama pulled away with a 33-17 run. Coach Matt McMahon did not like his team’s shot selection in the second half…
Cut 19 (16) “…for us”
The Tigers are at Florida on Tuesday.

Opening day is Friday for the defending national champion LSU baseball team. The Tigers have ten left-handed pitchers on their roster. Southpaw Griffin Herring says it’s an impressive collection of talent…
cut 17 (16) “….well”