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LSU roars past SE Louisiana 89-66

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Five players scored in double digits, and gave the LSU Tigers their third home victory and the win over the Southeastern Louisiana Lions 89-66 on Friday. Five players scored in double digits, and gave the LSU Tigers their third home victory and the win over the Southeastern Louisiana Lions 89-66 on Friday.
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BATON ROUGE, LA – Five players scored in double digits, and gave the LSU Tigers their third home victory in a 89-66 win over Southeastern Louisiana Lions on Friday.

The Tigers (3-1) outscored the Lions (2-2) 49-25 in the first half, asserting their dominance early. The Lions did outscore LSU 41-40 in the second half, but it was too little, too late for a comeback. LSU also out-rebounded the Lions 45-29.

Junior Johnny O'Bryant III led the Tigers' scorers with 18 points and 10 rebounds, earning his 20th-career double-double. Forward Jordan Mickey added 17 points to the scoreboard.

The Lions' leading scorer came off the bench, with forward Onochie Ochie scoring 17 points and six rebounds.

The Tigers next game is against the Saint Joseph's Hawks on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28.

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