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There are two BIG games on TV tonight (Tuesday) for LSU's seeding in Missouri vs Arkansas and Ole Miss vs Bama. Then LSU goes to College Station and takes on the Aggies Wednesday looking for a road win.
There will be one of the best matchups of the year with Elston Turner and Charles Carmouche both having over 20 points in 4 of their last 5 games. They should be guarding each other and will make a very intriguing matchup.
This post was edited by SouthofSouth 13 months ago
After last night's games, LSU knows what needs to happen to get the 6 seed:
LSU wins out (@aTm, vsMiss)
Tennessee loses out (@Aub, vsMizzou)
UGA loses at least 1 (vsUK, @Bama)
**If this happens, LSU gets the 6 seed.**
If Tennessee loses only one of their remaining games, LSU will most likely be stuck with the 8 seed. Obviously the 8 seed isn't where we want to be. LSU would get the 7 seed if Tennessee loses one of two but Arkansas loses at home against Texas A&M (Not likely).
**I want to note that The Advocate ran a story this morning saying we would win a three way tie between Tennessee, Arkansas and LSU, but this is not accurate. LSU would get the worst seed of the three if those teams tie.**
I've added a link to an article looking at how LSU would fare given every likely scenario.
This post has been edited 4 times, most recently by SouthofSouth 13 months ago
Great info. Thanks.
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