BATON ROUGE, La. -- Duop Reath matched his season-high with 23 points and LSU scored the last 10 points to defeat College of Charleston 75-65 on Monday night for its fourth-straight win.The Cougars, who trailed by 13 points five minutes into the second half, tied the score at 65-65 on a basket by Joe Chealey with 1:48 remaining. Charleston missed its last four shots while the Tigers scored on their final five possessions.Brandon Sampson made a pair of field goals and Craig Victor hit four consecutive foul shots in the final 90 seconds for LSU (8-2). The Tigers other points came on a field goal by Jalyn Patterson.We took our time running the offense and let things come to us, Sampson said. We stuck to our assignments and got the ball inside. Everything just came to us instead of us rushing everything.Sampson finished with 20 points, while Victor had a season-high 18 points and 10 rebounds. The Tigers shot 50 percent from the field for the fifth time this season.I just like the way our guys dont get distracted, LSU coach Johnny Jones said. Charleston made a great run at the end in tying the game up. We had to fight back and make some plays. Our guys were poised under pressure and made some big plays down the stretch.Chealey had 23 points for the Cougars (8-4), whose five-game winning streak ended. Jarrell Brantley added 11 points.We had a couple of breakdowns on defense at the end where we tried to be aggressive, Charleston coach Earl Grant said. We missed a couple of 3s. We clawed back and never gave up. That game could have gone in any direction. We just broke down at the end and ran out of gas.BIG PICTURECharleston: Once again, the Cougars were unable to deliver a victory against a big-name school. Charleston had lost games earlier this season to Wake Forest (78-61) and top-ranked Villanova (63-47).DOMINANT POST PLAYReath and Victor, LSUs starting post players, combined for 41 points and 18 rebounds. Reath, who blocked three shots, was 10 of 16 from the field and grabbed eight rebounds. Victor was 5 of 6 from the field and 8 of 10 at the foul line. The Tigers are 4-0 since Victor entered the starting lineup. He has averaged 13 points and 10 rebounds in those four games. Two of Reaths three 20-point scoring games have come since Victor became a starter.DEFENSIVE PROBLEMSCharleston had relied upon its defense in winning eight of its first 11 games. However, the Cougars struggled stopping LSU. The Tigers made 50 percent of their field goal attempts (29 of 58). Only Central Florida and Wake Forest had shot higher than 50 percent against Charleston this season. LSU was only the second team to score more than 70 points against the Cougars. Wake Forest scored 78 points.DIFFERENT ROLEAntonio Blakeney, who averaged 22 points in LSUs three previous games, took only eight shots against Charleston as LSU worked to get the ball inside as part of the game plan. Blakeney made three and scored just seven points. However, Blakeney tied his career-high in rebounds with 10 and handed out three assists.UP NEXTCharleston continues its five-game road trip Thursday at Western Carolina.LSU will play its first true road game of the season Thursday when the Tigers take on Wake Forest.Black Friday Jerseys 2018 . 1 position. The Mustangs (6-0), who beat Queens 50-31 last weekend, earned 17 first-place votes and 287 points in voting by the Football Reporters of Canada. Western was last ranked first in the country in October 2011. NFL Jerseys Black Friday . If ever they start actually putting pictures beside words in the dictionary, the Blue Jays left-handers mug will appear beside “Consistency. http://www.chinajerseysdeals.com/ . 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And Warwickshire are looking vulnerable after they were bowled out for 219, taking just a single batting point.They are far from out of the game - the ball has swung and there is some assistance for the spinners. But Lancashire completed their solid days work by reaching 14 without loss at the close and three days after the euphoria of their Royal London Cup triumph at Lords, Warwickshires supporters were left anxious by another patchy days work from their team. Lancashire owe their ascendancy to bowling of sustained accuracy, led by Tom Bailey and Jordan Clark. Only Sam Hain reached 50 and, as the bowlers maintained the pressure, no partnership got that far.Lancashire chose to bowl and started perfectly when Ian Westwood was lbw to Baileys fourth ball.Alex Mellor and Jonathan Trott added 44 and, after Mellor edged Bailey to first slip, Trott and Ian Bell put on 37.dddddddddddd But Clarks dismissal of Trott, edging an outswinger just before lunch, set the tone of the day - Lancashire regularly striking just as a partnership seemed to take root. Having made 83 for 3 in the first session, Warwickshire made 82 for 3 in the second. Bell was lbw to Kyle Jarvis, then four balls later came a needless run out. Hain called for a tight single which Tim Ambrose failed to make as Jarvis landed a direct-hit from mid-off.Hain and Rikki Clarke eked 37 from 15 overs before Clarke was lbw, pulling, to Clark. 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