LSU vs. Texas A&M basketball: Matt McMahon explains ‘incredibly disappointing’ loss as Tigers’ skid reaches 12

LSU’s brutal losing streak continued on Saturday as the Tigers fell to Texas A&M 74–62. This reduced LSU to 12–13 and 1–11 in the SEC this season, marking the Tigers’ 12th straight loss since starting the season 12–1.

LSU fought for the net in this match, scoring just three points in the first 10 minutes and trailing at halftime 41-17. The Tigers played better in the second half, including running late to single digits but failing to fully break out of the 29-point hole they faced at some point in the first half.

“In the first half, of course, an incredible disappointment,” the LSU coach. Matt McMahon said later. “I just don’t understand that I can’t come out ready to play. It will be hard to win if you don’t give yourself a chance in the first half.”

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Here’s another McMahon Adam Miller And Tyrell Ward said after LSU’s loss to Texas A&M.


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