LSU men finally win on the road, top Vandy 57-51
The LSU Tiger men's basketball team finally found their footing away from Baton Rouge as they were able to mount a comeback and beat Vanderbilt 57-51 in Nashville on Thursday night.
LSU trailed by 16 points in the first half, but slowly got themselves back in the game with 26 points in the paint and 25 points by forward Johnny O'Bryant III.
LSU snapped a seven game road losing streak and picked up just their second SEC win away from home this season.
Six of LSU's seven players who took the court played at least 26 minutes in the game, however only Andre Stringer (11) and O'Bryant scored in double figures.
The Tigers close out the regular season on Saturday in the Maravich Center when they host Georgia at 4:00 p.m..
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