No basketball threads on the first page? No love for your basketball program? Just all about football? Interesting. Good Luck Tuesday night. Should be a fun, competitive game. Don't know much about LSU basketball personally, but took a look at current stats and see you have a couple of forwards that do a great job on the boards. Most of your roster is from your local region. Your coach is from Seattle (which I find interesting) so this is a homecoming for him. Trent's a good coach so I'm expecting to see a very disciplined LSU team that gets after it on D. We're really young with only one senior, a non-starter, and no juniors on the roster. Our kids come from all over the world. Historically, we get very few of them from the Seattle area, which is currently a hotbed for basketball talent. Klay Thompson is a sophomore shooting guard from California that is in the top 10 nationally in scoring. DeAngelo Casto is fun to watch (shot blocker), but we don't have much beef in the front court. Reggie Moore (one of the few from Seattle) is a very athletic freshman PG who can score and dish equally well. Our first year coach Ken Bone likes our kids to run and substitutes liberally. Against Portland State yesterday we shot 13-16 from behind the arc, setting a school record for percentage. Overall I think we shoot close to 50% and around 40% from three. I'm not expecting tons of open looks from anywhere against LSU. Most of your game scores are in the 60's so I think we're going to have to show some patience and not force things to be successful. I'm really looking forward to the game as I'll be attending. Should be a good, lively crowd. Thousands of Coug alumni and students reside in the Seattle area. I think Key Arena holds about 13,000 or so. I'd call it a toss-up at this point, have no idea what the current line is. Again, Good Luck Tuesday night and Happy Holidays to all Tigers. Geaux Cougs!!!