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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Hard times in Hoopsville

OK, it ain't exactly like we're talking Chapel Hill and Lexington when it comes to basketball. But losing to Nicholls State? At home?

That's not a good sign.

I think most LSU fans expected this men's basketball season to: a)be better than last season and b) include some transitional moments with so many new faces being worked into the rotation.

I don't think LSU fans were counting on a home-court loss to a Southland team.

If this team has any postseason aspirations -- and who among the 300-plus Division I teams don't -- then this is a bad loss. LSU will need to win a game it's not supposed to win to just offset the loss of a game wasn't supposed to lose.

There is no reason for LSU's basketball program to be as down as it has been for much of the last 15 years. You can live off that one Final Four trip only so long.

Apparently, it's going to take longer to get to the point where the program is strong on a yearly basis.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Say, it ant so???
This guy, is the first basketball coach, to fall off the cliff.
I'm staying home, and keeping my car park, in my front yard..Gas cost to much..And so does LSU sports.

1:59 PM  

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