Everything you need to know about the LSU vs. Charleston online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.
The LSU Tigers hit the road on Monday to face the Charleston Cougars in Charleston, S.C.
The Tigers are coming off back-to-back losses to Marquette and North Carolina State, in which they gave up 164 total points.
Head coach Johnny Jones will turn to his star freshmen, Ben Simmons and Antonio Blakeney, to get the job done on the road and return the team to a winning track.
The Cougars are the ones entering the game after a win. They took down West Carolina, 57-56, on Friday and will try to upset LSU to improve their record to 4-2.
Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the LSU vs. Charleston online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.
LSU vs. Charleston Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information
- Venue: TD Arena, Charleston, S.C.
- Date: Monday, November 30
- Tipoff Time: 7 p.m. ET
- LSU vs. Charleston Online Live Stream: LSU Radio Live Stream
The Tigers are going to make an example out of Charleston. There’s no way Simmons lets his team lose three games in a row. He’ll collect his fifth double-double of the season, and Blakeney will go on an offensive attack. LSU will shut the Cougars down and control the glass to take the game.
For the score prediction, check out our LSU vs. Charleston game preview.
- In three years, Jones has won 61 games overall and 29 in the
Southeastern Conference. That’s more than any coach at LSU has
won in their first three years on the job in Baton Rouge. Jones is also
the first LSU coach to take his team to two post-season events in
their first three years as the head coach.
- Simmons also became the fifth top-10 recruit to have a 20-15 (points-rebounds) game in the first three games of their career joining: Michael Beasley, Kansas State, 2007-08; DeMarcus Cousins, Kentucky, 2009-10; Julius Randle, Kentucky, 2013-14; and, one of Simmons’ opponents, Henry Ellenson of Marquette, who had 21-16 in the game with Belmont. .
- The Cougars are 5-42 all-time against schools hailing from the SEC including Alabama (0-1), Arkansas (0-1), Auburn (0-3), Georgia (0-2), Kentucky (0-2), LSU (0-1), Ole Miss (0-2), South Carolina (2-27), Tennessee (3-1), Texas A&M (0-1) and Vanderbilt (0-1). Charleston’s last two victories over an SEC opponent were both at home – a 71-65 win over Tennessee on Dec. 14, 2011, and an 82-80 overtime thriller versus South Carolina on Nov. 28, 2008 at TD Arena.