Found December 29, 2011 on
Odds Shark NCAAB Previews:
Dec 29, 7:00 PM | Pete Maravich Assembly Center
Grambling State Tigers vs LSU Tigers Odds
Many eyes in the college basketball world will be on Pete Maravich Assembly Center Thursday as host LSU looks to handle the Grambling State Tigers in NCAAB action.
The Tigers sit at 9-3 (8-2 ATS) on the season. By comparison, the Tigers are currently 0-9 (0-0 ATS). Looking to wager on the totals? LSU is 2-8 OU, and Grambling State is 0-0 OU.
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This is pretty much what LSU fans are feeling.
I’m not exactly seeing a problem with Blackwell saying this.
Exactly how much more motivation does Alabama need? They lost at home in OT to the best team in the country, they didn’t get to play in the conference championship game, and now they have a chance to take a crystal ball away from LSU when really, the nation believes that...
Jordan Jefferson is going to be LSU's starting quarterback in the BCS National Championship Game on Jan. 9, and if he wins it, he'll go down as one of the most significant players in the program's storied history.
Decades from now, nobody will remember fans calling for his job, his inability to throw with any consistency or even the fact he could have spent the 2011...
Les Miles and LSU's staff landed a huge commitment from the nation's top rated quarterback prospect for the Class of 2012. Gunner Kiel, from Columbus, IN, is now a Tiger and is set to enroll at LSU next month and participate in spring practice with the team. Initially, Kiel was strongly considering Alabama and Oklahoma. But he ultimately settled on Indiana, where his...
LSU coach Les Miles is a little worried about his team's heft.
After the winning the SEC championship, Miles gave his players a week off and some of them came back overweight and out of shape.
While no names were named, the amount of players who came back looking like they wanted to eat their way to a national championship prompted Miles to throw a bit of a hissy fit, which...
Strong second half keys 7th win in a row. Jalen Courtney comes off the bench for a career-best 14 points to spark the Tigers.
BATON ROUGE - The LSU Tigers equaled a near 60-year mark for holding opposing teams under 60 points Thursday night with a 69-37 decision over the Grambling Tigers at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.