1991–92 LSU Tigers basketball team

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1991-92 LSU Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southeast Conference
Division West Division
Ranking
AP No. 25
1991-92 record 21–10 (12–4 SEC)
Head coach Dale Brown
Home arena Pete Maravich Assembly Center
Seasons
← 1990-91
1992-93 →

The 1991-92 LSU Tigers men's basketball team represented Louisiana State University. The Head Coach was Dale Brown. The team was a member of the Southeast Conference and played their home games at Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

Schedule[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
City, State
November 8*
Melbourne
Exhibition
W 96–60 
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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November 15*
Rancho Raiders
Exhibition
W 126–80 
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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November 22*
No. 6 NE Louisiana W 77–76  1–0
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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November 27*
No. 9 Middle Tennessee St W 96–65  2–0
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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November 30*
No. 9 UNLV L 55–76  2–1
Las Vegas, NV 
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December 7*
No. 16 at No. 3 Arizona L 67–87  2–2
McKale Center 
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December 17*
SE Louisiana W 101–64  3–2
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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December 21*
No. 25 Louisville L 92–93  3–3
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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December 28*
Northern Arizona W 159–86  4–3
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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December*
Nicholls St W 123–61  5–3
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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January 3*
Texas W 84–83  6–3
New Orleans, LA 
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January 8
at Auburn W 87–70  7–3
(1–0)
Auburn, AL 
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January 11
No. 13 Arkansas L 90–101  7–4
(1–1)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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January 14
at No. 9 Alabama W 89–81  8–4
(2–1)
Tuscaloosa, AL 
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January 18
at Mississippi St W 83–70  9–4
(3–1)
Starkville, MS 
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January 20*
McNeese St W 115–67  10–4
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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January 25
at Ole Miss W 83–73  11–4
(4–1)
Oxford, MS 
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January 29
Tennessee W 97–82  12–4
(5–1)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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February 2
No. 14 Kentucky W 74–53  13–4
(6–1)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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February 5
No. 22 at Florida W 70–50  14–4
(7–1)
Gainesville, FL 
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February 8*
No. 22 No. 1 Duke L 67–77  14–5
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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February 11
No. 20 Georgia L 62–64  14–6
(7–2)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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February 15
No. 20 at Vanderbilt L 69–76  14–7
(7–3)
Nashville, TN 
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February 19
at South Carolina W 74–56  15–7
(8–3)
Columbia, SC 
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February 22
Auburn W 99–82  16–7
(9–3)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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February 25
Ole Miss W 100–69  17–7
(10–3)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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February 29
No. 16 Alabama W 73–65  18–7
(11–3)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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March 3
No. 23 at No. 7 Arkansas L 92–106 OT 18–8
(11–4)
Fayetteville, AR 
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March 7
No. 23 Mississippi St W 89–90  19–8
(12–4)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
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March 13*
No. 23 vs. Tennessee
SEC Tournament
W 99–89  20–8
Birmingham, AL 
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March 14*
No. 23 vs. No. 9 Kentucky
SEC Tournament
L 74–80  20–9
Birmingham, AL 
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March 19*
No. 25 vs. (10) BYU
NCAA Tournament
W 94–83  21–9
Boise, ID 
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March 21*
No. 25 vs. No. 5 (2) Indiana
NCAA Tournament
L 79–89 
Boise, ID 
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*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses. W=West.

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Team players drafted into the NBA[edit]

Round Pick Player NBA Club
1 1 Shaquille O'Neal Orlando Magic

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