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  • September 8, 2017 9:02 AM BST

    LSU missed 14 straight shots at one point and 16 in a row in path of exile currency another.Then again, LSU has looked like it wasready to move on from this season for the last month. The fact that there were still games to play -- important games in the case of the SEC Tournament was a mere inconvenience.The scene in the postgame locker room Saturday hardly felt like a place where the season, for all intents and purposes, ended."We couldn't throw a rock into the ocean," forward Craig Victor said.Players were asked if they thought the team gave a good effort, if they were in the right offense, if the offense was adequate enough to score.Most college players aren't going to sell out their coach or teammates, but the "shots didn't fall" line was a tough one to buy."Tonight wasn't our night," Blakeney said.

     

    "It sucks this was the night that we couldn't make any shots."Given a chance to bury his head coach, guard Blakeney passed."Any time you get open threes, open layups, you're in the right stuff," Blakeney said.By the time Simmons was assessed a technical foul for spiking the ball with 3:05 remaining,

     

    Texas A&M sent out curly haired walk-on Kyle Dobbins to Madden Mobile Coins take the free throws. He made 1-of-2 to give Texas A&M a 40-point lead.The problem with Saturday's final wasn't that it was so embarrassing for LSU. The problem was that this wasn't surprising. LSU finished its game ranked 87th in KenPom.com, behind teams like

     

    Mississippi State, Evansville and Northwestern.LSU has been setting the stage for this debacle all year. Here's how:• LSU finished the first month of the season with three consecutive losses to Marquette, NC State and Charleston, each loss more lopsided than the last. With a weak non-conference schedule, these losses to three non-Tournament teams immediately set LSU back for an at-large bit.

     

    The Tigers added a 105-98 overtime loss at Houston on Dec. 13. The missing piece, it looked like, could be Craig Victor, an Arizona transfer who would improve LSU's rebounding.• Once Victor became eligible in December, LSU lost 77-71 to another lower-tier Power 5 school, Wake Forest.