LSU announced on Selection Sunday that it would not participate in any postseason opportunities after not getting selected for the 2016 NCAA Tournament.
The LSU Tigers came into the season with immense expectation and potential due to the presence of potential No. 1 overall pick Ben Simmons. That potential has now officially been wasted.
LSU has been one of the most maddeningly inconsistent teams in college basketball all season, and Saturday was no different.
LSU came into its matchup with South Carolina as the surprise lone leader atop the SEC. It left with a double-digit loss and the SEC in a state of chaos.
Oklahoma travels to Baton Rouge as the No. 1 team in the country, with the player of the year frontrunner in Buddy Hield, to take on LSU and star freshman Ben Simmons.
Stefan Moody put together a highlight-reel performance against LSU.
A week ago, plenty of people left LSU for dead in regard to its NCAA Tournament hopes. Things look a lot better in Baton Rouge now. The Tigers picked up their biggest win of the season on Tuesday night, defeating Kentucky easily 85-67.
Ben Simmons shot 75 percent from the floor and finished with a career-high 43 points to become the first player to score 43 points since Shaquille O'Neal
This was the year LSU basketball was supposed to take the next step.However, the early results seem to indicate that, in fact, nothing has changed with the Tigers basketball program under coach Johnny Jones. The Tigers fell to College of Charleston on Monday night.
Ben Simmons had just four points but recorded 16 rebounds and 10 assists in LSU's overtime loss to NC State.

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