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Tennessee basketball crushed by LSU's high-scoring guards in road loss

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Boy this game sucked


Yves Pons’ end-of-shot-clock 3-pointer clanged off the back of the rim.

LSU guard Javonte Smart corralled the long rebound at the free-throw line, took one step and tossed a pass ahead of the Tennessee basketball defense. Cameron Thomas fielded the pass off one bounce and made an easy layup, putting the Vols down 15 in a clunker in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Tennessee was smacked by the LSU duo of Smart and Thomas in a 78-65 loss Saturday. Smart and Thomas combined for 45 points.

Jaden Springer led No. 15 Tennessee (14-5, 7-5 SEC) with 21 points. He has scored 74 in his past three games.

The Vols fell a game behind LSU (13-6, 8-4) in the SEC after entering the game tied with the Tigers and Arkansas behind first-place Alabama.

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