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Emmitt Williams reportedly returning to LSU

Emmitt Williams and his short shorts aren’t done with college basketball yet. Williams’ AAU coach told Jon Rothstein that the big man will return to LSU for his sophomore season, which is big, big news for Will Wade.

Last season, Williams averaged 7.0 points and 5.4 rebounds for the Tigers, and with Naz Reid off to the NBA, his role will expand. Guards Javonte Smart, Skylar Mays, and Marlon Taylor will also return after testing the draft waters, while Tremont Waters elected to keep his name in. Five-star forward Trendon Watford will also join the fold, making LSU a formidable foe once again.

Get ready to see those thighs!

LSU’s Emmitt Williams’ short shorts make their Rupp Arena debut tomorrow

Who wears short shorts? LSU wears short shorts.


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3 Comments for Emmitt Williams reportedly returning to LSU

  1. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
    7:10 pm May 28, 2019 Permalink

    Come back win the SEC get drafted laugh as the next class deals will vacated wins and probation. Anyone who came back and didn’t transfer are either completely selfish or they have been told that LSU has already paid off the right people.

    • runningunnin.454
      7:53 pm May 28, 2019 Permalink

      Arizona, Kansas, and LSU shouldn’t even be allowed to play a schedule next year. All three teams were exposed by the FBI, and the ncaa has their thumbs up their butts.
      All three have paid players; yet, continue business as usual. The ncaa allowing De Sousa to play next year for Kansas has once again exposed them as a corrupt organization.

  2. KYjellyRoll
    8:22 pm May 28, 2019 Permalink

    None of the players or team will be on any kind of probation or vacated wins?!? Hell thats just telling every other collegiate athlete and coach that it’s ok to do it! theres no consequence