6:45 LRN Sportscast April 1

After an SEC title and a march into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, the future of the LSU basketball program is very uncertain. Many believe suspended coach Will Wade has coached his last game at LSU because of the FBI wire tap scandal. Wade has been subpoenaed to testify in a college basketball corruption trial that begins April 22nd. LSU could wait for that trial to end to see if they can keep Wade around, but but Tiger Rag Assistant Editor Tyler Nunez says LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva will likely look to move on…
cut 11 (12) “lawsuit.”
Some of LSU’s top players will likely head to the NBA, because they are talented enough to do so and also NCAA sanctions could be coming.

We’ll see if LSU baseball is back in the Top 10 of the polls after taking two of three from Mississippi State in Starkville. Antoine Duplantis hit two home runs on Saturday as the Tigers took the series with an 11-to-2 win over the Bulldogs. LSU is 6-3 in the SEC, a half game back of Texsas A-and-M for first place in the West.

Louisiana Tech swept UAB this past weekend. The Bulldogs are now 5-4 in Conference USA play after starting 0-3. Logan Bailey was the winning pitcher and Parker Bates drove in four runs.

Nicholls is just a game back of Sam Houston in the Southland Standings after the Colonels swept Lamar in Beaumont, Texas. Nicholls scored five runs in the eighth inning to improve to 8-and-4 in league play. Champ Davison led the way on offense, by driving in two runs.

Southeastern Louisiana’s eight game winning streak ended with a four to two loss to Stephen F Austin. The Lions are 6-3 in the Southland.

ULM has won two in a row after beating Georgia Southern and the Cajuns defeated Troy four to three yesterday.