Can LSU Basketball Save Tiger Nation?

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What a terrible year it has been to call yourself a LSU fan. There is no need to recount all the details, most of you already know, and I am sure I have seem one of y’all at my anger management meetings. Tuesday night, the men’s basketball team will have the opportunity to not only get back on track in the SEC, but for one night give us Tiger fans something to cheer for.

The new fallback for LSU is the loss of the nations top quarterback prospect, Gunner Keil. Kiel committed to LSU on December 27, but Monday reports started to surface that he had decommitted and was headed to Notre Dame. If you have been following me since I joined Death Valley Voice, then you know I do not put much into top-recruits, having said that, if this plays out the way it looks it just drive the stake more into out backs.  Moving on…

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