Auburn forward Jordon Granger was ejected from Friday's SEC quarterfinal after throwing a punch at LSU's Jordan Mickey. 

By SI Wire
March 13, 2015

Auburn forward Jordon Granger was assessed a flagrant foul and ejected from Friday's SEC quarterfinal after throwing a punch at LSU's Jordan Mickey

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Granger was the second Auburn player charged with a flagrant foul in the game. Antoine Mason was assessed a Flagrant 1 after striking LSU's Tim Quarterman in the face in the first half.

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Granger, the team's second-leading rebounder, finished with eight points and five rebounds.

Auburn sent the game to overtime when KT Harrell hit a game-tying three-pointer at the buzzer. Harrell then scored five points in overtime to lift Auburn over LSU, 73-70.

Harrell finished with a game-high 29 points, while Keith Hornsby led LSU with 24.  

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Auburn will now face No. 1 seed Kentucky in the SEC semifinals on Saturday.

- Dan Gartland

 

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