LSU hoops falls to Ole Miss in OT
OXFORD, MS - The LSU Tigers watched a late lead slip away at Ole Miss in regulation, and Rebels guard Marshall Henderson provided his usual flair as the Tigers lost to the Rebels 88-74 in overtime.
Henderson had 19 of his 25 points in the second half and overtime, although it didn't have to get to that point at all.
Tigers guard Anthony Hickey had a chance to win with the game tied at 69, but Hickey missed a shot as time expired, and the Tigers couldn't rally in overtime.
Tigers guard Andre Stringer had a carrer-best 23 points in the loss.
The Tigers fell to 1-2 in conference play, and will now look to get things back on track Saturday at home against Vanderbilt, with tip-off at 8pm.
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