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Cajuns hope to find consistency in home stand

Louisiana hosts Arkansas St. Thursday
Posted at 11:13 PM, Jan 22, 2020

Louisiana women's basketball returns home Thursday night for what feels like the first time in ages.

The Cajuns (11-6) come off a long road stretch where they played seven of eight away from the Cajundome. It was a solid stretch of games, Louisiana recording a 4-3 record with four conference wins and a win over power-5 Ole Miss. Now the team will play six of their next seven at home and looking for similar success.

To do so, coach Garry Brodhead says that means not relaxing. Speaking Monday, coach said this kind of stretch at home actually concerns him with a team that is still young and often inconsistent.

"We always use that word, we care about [whether] we can be consistent. We're about ready to find out," he said. "I feel consistency comes from how you practice. I don't think we have gamers, and players who can take over a game on our team, it takes a whole team. So how do you all these kids to be consistent. I think that will be key.

Louisiana hosts Arkansas State Thursday wit ha 6:00 p.m. tip off.

The Cajuns are 5-1 at home this season.