A Lsu Score

A Lsu Score

Lsu Score

Recent changes in the NCAA rules allow student-athletes, but it leaves coaches and universities with no choice but to switch to the BCS model, introducing the risk of massive loss. The new BCS model has triggered a discussion on why Lsu still must figure out how to beat Alabama.


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Kentucky point guard Sahvir Wheeler left the game with an injury at the 16:07 mark in the first half and never returned after slamming into LSU’s Efton Reid, LSU’s 7-foot foot center on a high ball screen. Oscar Tshiebwe then picked up his second foul at the 11:23 mark and did not play the rest of the half, leaving the Wildcats without two of its top players in its first true road test in the SEC. (Source: www.aseaofblue.com)


TyTy Washington took over the point guard duties and ultimately was helped off the court just under the 10-minute mark in the second half with his own injury which left Davion Mintz as the primary ball handler. Washington re-entered the game with six minutes remaining but was hobbled with a leg cramp as LSU went on a 20-3 run late to seal the win.

In the absence of Wheeler (injury) and Tshiebwe (foul trouble), Toppin kept Kentucky in the game in the first half, scoring 13 points that included a tomahawk dunk off a loose ball, an acrobatic reverse lay-up, and a baseline jumper right before the horn to end the half. (Source: www.aseaofblue.com)


The Wildcats took down the Tigers 42-20, giving head coach Chris Klieman his first bowl victory as Kansas State's head coach. K-State running back Deuce Vaughn exploded for 146 yards and three rushing touchdowns. Quarterback Skylar Thompson threw for 259 yards and a trio of scores, including one to Vaughn.

LSU and coach Will Wade have won two straight, beating nationally ranked Tennessee 79-67 last Saturday after beating Kentucky 65-60 in its SEC home opener. Starting guard Xavier Pinson sprained his right knee late in the win over the Vols. (Source: www.theadvertiser.com)


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