YEAR IN REVIEW: 2006-07 Men's Hoops

A look back at the 2006-07 LSU Men's Basketball season game by game.

The 2006-07 Season: LSU Game-By-Game

LSU: 17-15, 5-11 SEC (6th West)
Home: 14-4; Road: 2-8; Neutral: 0-4
Vs. Top 25: 4-4; Vs. Top 10: 2-0


Friday, Nov. 17, 2006
No. 7 LSU 96, Nicholls St. 42
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
LSU hit 11 three-pointers and close to 90 percent at the free throw line as the 7th-ranked Tigers downed Nicholls State, 96-42.
Record: 1-0


Sunday, Nov. 19, 2006
No. 7 LSU 88, UL-Monroe 57
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
LSU shot 70.8 percent in the first 20 minutes, built a 22-point halftime advantage and coasted to an 88-57 decision over Louisiana-Monroe.
Record: 2-0


Saturday, Nov. 25, 2006
No. 24 Wichita State 57, No. 6 LSU 53
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Glen Davis led LSU with 17 points and 13 rebounds and Darnell Lazare added 11 but all five Wichita State starters scored in double figures as the Shockers upset No. 6 LSU at home.
Record: 2-1


Saturday, Nov. 25, 2006
No. 24 Wichita State 57, No. 6 LSU 53
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Glen Davis led LSU with 17 points and 13 rebounds and Darnell Lazare added 11. However, all five Wichita State starters scored in double figures as the Shockers upset No. 6 LSU at home.
Record: 2-1


Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2006
No. 10 LSU 91, McNeese St. 57
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Five LSU players scored in double figures led by Garrett Temple with 17. Also in double digits was Tasmin Mitchell (16), Glen Davis (15) and Darnell Lazare (11). Sophomore backup point guard Ben Voogd came off the bench scoring a career high 12 points, including two treys.
Record: 3-1


Saturday, Dec. 2, 2006
No. 10 LSU 74, Tulane 67
New Orleans Arena
New Orleans, La.
The Green Wave led by 11 points, 38-27, at the 3:08 mark of the second half before LSU rallied for a seven-point victory.
Record: 4-1


Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2006
No. 9 LSU 64, No. 6 Texas A&M 52
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Glen Davis scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as the 9th-ranked LSU knocked off No. 6-ranked Texas A&M, 64-52, in front of a capacity crowd of 12,053 fans in the Maravich Center.
Record: 5-1


Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006
Texas 75, No. 9 LSU 72 (OT)
Toyota Center
Houston, Texas
A.J. Abrams hit a 3-pointer with 1:03 left in overtime as unranked Texas upset No. 9 LSU 76-75 in a thrilling rematch of the 2006 NCAA regional final that also went to overtime.
Record: 5-2


Sunday, Dec. 17, 2006
No. 12 LSU 60, Oregon State 53
Gill Coliseum
Corvallis, Ore.
Glen Davis had 22 points and 13 rebounds and No. 12 LSU fought off a late Oregon State rally for a 60-53 win.
Record: 6-2


Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006
No. 17 Washington 88, No. 12 LSU 72
Bank of America Arena
Seattle, Wash.
No. 17 Washington built a double-digit lead in the first eight minutes of the game and never looked back beating No. 12 LSU men's 88-72.
Record: 6-3


Saturday, Dec. 23, 2006
No. 12 LSU 68, Louisiana Tech 52
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
LSU struggled offensively but Glen Davis scored 23 points (15 free throws) and Terry Martin put up 19 more in his LSU debut as the Tigers held off La. Tech 68-52.
Record: 7-3


Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2006
No. 17 LSU 71, Wright St. 45
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
No. 17 LSU outscored Wright State, 35-17, over the final 20 minutes and won its first-night game in the Hispanic College Funds Classic
Record: 8-3


Thursday, Dec. 28, 2006
No. 17 LSU 92, Mississippi Valley 58
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
No. 17 LSU used a potent offense and a stingy defense to record an easy 92-58 win over Mississippi Valley State in game two of the Hispanic College Funds Classic.
Record: 9-3


Friday, Dec. 29, 2006
No. 17 LSU 60, Samford 45
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Glen Davis scored 19 points and was named most valuable player of the three-day event to lead No. 17 LSU to a 60-45 victory over Samford in the final game of the Hispanic College Fund Classic.
Record: 10-3


Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2007
No. 14 LSU 66, No. 18 Connecticut 49
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Glen Davis and Tasmin Mitchell each scored 16 points, as No. 14 LSU overcame a nine-point first-half deficit with a stellar defensive effort to beat No. 18 Connecticut, 66-49, in front of a national TV audience and ESPN Gameday.
Record: 11-3


Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2007
No. 14 Alabama 71, No. 13 LSU 61
Coleman Coliseum
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
LSU battled throughout, but dropped its SEC opener to No. 14 Alabama on the road in Tuscaloosa.
Record: 11-4


Saturday, Jan. 13, 2007
No. 13 LSU 65, Auburn 63
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Led by Terry Martin's 23 points, 13th-ranked LSU overcame a stubborn Auburn team 65-63 in the SEC home opener
Record: 12-4


Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2007
No. 16 LSU 62, Ole Miss 55
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Tasmin Mitchell scored 19 points and Terry Martin added 15, as 16th-ranked LSU won its 19th-consecutive SEC home contest, 62-55, over Ole Miss.
Record: 13-4


Saturday, Jan. 20, 2007
Arkansas 72, No. 16 LSU 52
Bud Walton Arena
Fayetteville, Ark.
Steven Hill scored a career-high 16 points - many of them on crowd-pleasing dunks - and Arkansas rolled to an easy 72-52 victory over No. 16 LSU.
Record: 13-5


Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2007
Vanderbilt 64, No. 21 LSU 53
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
No. 21 LSU couldn't overcome a slow offensive start and Vanderbilt's long-range shooting, as the Tigers fell to the Commodores, 64-53.
Record: 13-6


Sunday, Jan. 28, 2007
Georgia 57, No. 21 LSU 54
Stegeman Coliseum
Athens, Ga.
Levi Stukes's three-pointer with 0.6 seconds left gave Georgia a 57-54 win over No. 21 LSU. It was Stukes' fourth 3-pointer of the game and was one of eight second-half threes by the Bulldogs.
Record: 13-7


Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2007
No. 19 Alabama 73, LSU 70
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Jermareo Davidson hit a pair of free throws in the final minute to give the Tide its first lead in the final 30 minutes, as the 19th-ranked Alabama defeated LSU 73-70.
Record: 13-8


Saturday, Feb. 3, 2007
Mississippi State 85, LSU 78
Humphrey Coliseum
Starkville, Miss.
LSU continued its late-game struggles as Mississippi State hit a season-best 13 three pointers to snap a three-game losing streak, 85-78.
Record: 13-9


Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007
Tennessee 70, LSU 67
Thompson-Boling Arena
Knoxville, Tenn.
Tasmin Mitchell scored 23 points and Terry Martin poured on 15 more but it wasn't enough to bounce back from a five-point halftime deficit as LSU lost 70-67.
Record: 13-10


Saturday, Feb. 10, 2007
LSU 71, Arkansas 67
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Glen Davis scored 19 points, including a late three-pointer as LSU snapped a six-game losing streak beating Arkansas 71-67.
Record: 14-10


Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2007
Ole Miss 71, LSU 70
Tad Smith Coliseum
Oxford, Miss.
Clarence Sanders scored 29 points, including the game-winning basket with less than a second remaining giving Ole Miss a 71-70 win over LSU.
Record: 14-11


Saturday, Feb. 17, 2007
Mississippi State 56, LSU 50
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
Charles Rhodes and Jamont Gordon each scored 15 points to lead Mississippi State to a sweep of the season series of LSU beating the Tigers 56-50.
Record: 14-12


Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007
Kentucky 70, LSU 63
Rupp Arena
Lexington, Ky.
Randolph Morris had 20 points and Jodie Meeks matched a career high with 18 as Kentucky snapped a three-game losing streak with a 70-63 victory over LSU.
Record: 14-13


Saturday, Feb. 24, 2007
LSU 66, No. 3 Florida 56
Maravich Center
Baton Rouge, La.
LSU got 18 points from Terry Martin and 17 from point guard Garrett Temple to knock off defending national champions Florida 66-56.
Record: 15-13


Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007
Auburn 80, LSU 68
Beard-Eaves Coliseum
Auburn, Ala.
Josh Dollard scored 16 points and DeWayne Reed added a dozen as Auburn pounded reeling LSU 80-68.
Record: 15-14


Saturday, March 3, 2007
LSU 61, South Carolina 52
Maravich Coliseum
Baton Rouge, La.
Senior Night was good for the LSU Tigers for the ninth straight year as the Tigers downed South Carolina, 61-52, in the final regular season game of the 2007 season.
Record: 16-14


Thursday, March 8, 2007
LSU 76, No. 22 Tennessee 67
Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Ga.
Glen Davis scored seven of his 25 points in overtime as LSU overcame a late-game charging call to beat No. 22 Tennessee 76-67 in the first round of the SEC tournament.
Record: 17-14


Friday, March 9, 2007
Ole Miss 80, LSU 60
Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Ga.
Bam Doyne scored 26 points and Ole Miss built a 20-point first-half lead over cold-shooting LSU and beat the Tigers 80-60 in a quarterfinal game.
Record: 17-15

 



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