LSU's Anthony Hickey hit a runner with less than 2 seconds to go, leading the Tigers to a thrilling victory over Mississippi State. The WAFB Sports Team has selected several stories recapping last night's nail biting victory:
LSU freshman point guard Anthony Hickey gave Tigers fans a sweetheart of a shot on Valentine's Day in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center on Tuesday.
Anthony Hickey hit a driving floater in the paint with 1.4 seconds left in overtime, lifting LSU to a 69-67 victory over Mississippi State (No. 23 ESPN/USA Today) on Tuesday night.
The LSU basketball program may just be back. Point guard Anthony Hickey drove the length of the floor and hit a layup with 1.4 seconds to play in overtime for a thrilling 69-67 victory over No. 23 Mississippi State before about 8,000 in a raucous Pete Maravich Assembly Center Tuesday night.
Anthony Hickey was not going to be denied this time. The LSU freshman guard drove through the lane and made a short, running shot with 1.4 seconds remaining in overtime to cap a remarkable, 69-67 comeback victory over Mississippi State Tuesday at the Maravich Assembly Center.
Anthony Hickey hit a runner with 1.4 seconds left to play to lift the LSU Tigers to a 69-67 overtime victory over the Mississippi State Bulldogs in a Southeastern Conference thriller at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
Anthony Hickey nailed an 8-foot floating runner in the lane with 1.4 seconds left in overtime followed by an Andre Stringer steal to complete the LSU men's basketball team 69-67 comeback triumph over No. 23 Mississippi State.
Mississippi State saw a 17-point lead slip away as the Basketball Bulldogs dropped a 69-67 overtime decision to LSU Tuesday night in a Southeastern Conference men's basketball game played in the Maravich Assembly Center.