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Features of this app include:
* LSU Tigers Men's Basketball News
* LSU Tigers Men's Basketball Videos
* LSU Tigers Men's Basketball Photos
* Fan Wall
* LSU Tigers Men's Basketball Shop
* Talk Trash Against Other Fans
* Connect Easily With Mobile Rush
* NCAA Men's Basketball Scores
* NCAA Men's Basketball Standings
* Louisiana State Tigers Men's Basketball Schedule
* Louisiana State Tigers Men's Basketball Roster
* and MORE!
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The history of LSU Tigers Basketball from Wikipedia.
The Louisiana State Tigers basketball team represents Louisiana State University in NCAA Division I men's college basketball. The team is coached by Johnny Jones. LSU has enjoyed recent success, including a Final Four run in the 2005–2006 season. Past coaches include Trent Johnson, John Brady, Press Maravich, Dale Brown and Harry Rabenhorst. They play their home games in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center located on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The team participates in the Southeastern Conference.
In the days before the NCAA Tournament, the Tigers won a 1935 mythical national championship (one of several mythical championships awarded that year) by defeating Pitt 41-37 in the American Legion Bowl National Championship game under head coach Harry Rabenhorst. Pitt, as Eastern Intercollegiate champions representing the best of the East, lost the season-ending contest in Atlantic City. While this championship is not officially recognized by the NCAA since it did not sanction a tournament, LSU officially claims this championship and displays a banner in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. LSU is the only school that officially claims an American Legion Bowl championship. Rabenhorst also led the Tigers to the 1953 Final Four with a team that included future NBA Hall of Famer Bob Pettit.