6:45 LRN Sportscast November 26

Before LSU can prepare for the SEC Championship game against Georgia, the Tigers will have to tangle with Texas A-and-M this Saturday in Tiger Stadium. These two teams battled through seven overtimes last year with the Aggies winning 74-72 in College Station. Coach Ed Orgeron says playing the contest this year in front of purple and gold nation should help…
cut 14 (13) “….there’s no looking back”
And LSU could also get safety Grant Delpit back. He missed the Arkansas game with an ankle injury, but Orgeron says Delpit is now able to practice close to full speed.

The Saints have just two more days to get ready for Thursday night’s matchup with Atlanta. New Orleans did not practice yesterday, but the team released an estimated injury report and it shows offensive linemen Andrus Peat, Terron Armstead and Will Clapp unable to practice.

The Ragin Cajuns go after their 10th win of the season on Saturday when they host U-L-M to close out the regular season. Coach Billy Napier on the importance of beating their in-state rivals..
cut 15 (19) …this point”
The Warhawks enter the game with a five-and-six record and they need to win in order to become bowl eligible.

Also on Saturday, it’s the Bayou Classic between Grambling and Southern. It will kick off at 4 PM at the Mercedes Benz Superdome. Southern beat Grambling for the first time in four years last year. The winner this year will play in the SWAC Championship game.

In college basketball last night…U-L Lafayette defeated Detroit 81-62 in a game played in Las Vegas. Jalen Johnson had 18 points. Vanderbilt defeated Southeastern Louisiana 78-70, despite a career-high 26 points for sophomore forward Ty Brewer. And Indiana downed Louisiana Tech 88-75. Amorie Archibald had a career-high 24 points for the Bulldogs.