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Tigers go OT: subdue Hogs

CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 26: Seen is a match ball falling though the hoop before the start of the round three NBL match between the Cairns Taipans and the Adelaide 36ers at Cairns Convention Centre on October 26, 2018 in Cairns, Australia. (Photo by Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images)

LSU’s nine game road losing streak, and Arkansas’s nine game home win streak both ended Saturday in Fayetteville.

Javonte’ Smart hit a key three pointer in overtime, and Skylar Mays added a more conventional three point play as the Tigers defeated the Hogs, 94-88.

LSU moved to 12-3, 2-0 in the SEC with a key league game at Ole Miss, 3-0, coming up Tuesday night.

LSU led 73-61 after a hoop by Marlon Taylor with 9:19 to play. But, Arkansas forced overtime on a dunk by Daniel Gafford with 30 seconds to play in regulation.

Naz Reid led LSU with 27 points, and 7 rebounds. Marlon Taylor scored 21 points for the Tigers.

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