June 25, 2024

Ole Miss Rebels faced shooting struggles against LSU Tigers, shooting 36.9 percent from the field and 25 percent from three in the 89-80 loss on Wednesday night. Brandon Murray, a guard for the Rebels, provided straightforward analysis, stating that the challenges were not due to any unique aspects of LSU’s defense but rather a matter of shots not finding the mark.

According to Brandon Murray, the struggles in shooting against LSU Tigers were primarily attributed to the fact that the ball simply wasn’t going into the basket. Murray emphasized that LSU didn’t make specific changes to affect how Ole Miss played; rather, it was an issue of shots not converting. Murray, who previously spent time with the Tigers before transferring to Georgetown and then Ole Miss, led the team in scoring with 23 points in this return to LSU. Despite the homecoming, he expressed a greater focus on returning to Oxford and getting back to work than the sentimental aspects of the visit.

The Ole Miss Rebels will be on the road again for their upcoming game against the No. 13 Auburn Tigers. The matchup is scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 p.m. CT, with SEC Network televising the game.

 

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