This afternoon, for the first time ever, Southeast Missouri State will play an NCAA tournament game. SEMO will face a very big LSU team, that tied for the regular season title in the SEC. Coach Gary Garner says yes, the Indians can win, but to do so they will have to keep the Tigers from dominating the Indians in rebounding. LSU’s front line goes 6-11, 6-9 and 6-8, so SEMO will be facing a major size disadvantage. LSU is 25-6, and won the Western Division in the SEC. The Indians won the Ohio Valley conference with a 24-6 mark, and great defense. They allowed 61.6 points per game, best in the league. SEMO and LSU tip off at about 2pm.