Replacing Johnson is Lady Tigers' top priority
Last season, LSU fell short of its goal of winning a national title, losing to Baylor in the Final Four. This season, the goal is the same, but the path will be even tougher.
LSU lost three starters, including Temeka Johnson, who won the Nancy Lieberman Award as the best point guard in the country and then went on to win the WNBA's Rookie of the Year honors. Johnson's absence cannot be underestimated, even with the return of the national player of the year Seimone Augustus. Without ...
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