Associated Press photo by James Crisp -- LSU's Jordan Mickey, left and Jarell Martin defend as Kentucky's Julius Randle looks for an opening Saturday in Kentucky's 77-76 overtime loss in Lexington, Ky. The loss left LSU in a seven-team logjam for fourth place in the Southeastern Conference.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – March momentum is fickle. A case study inside the Southeastern Conference illustrates the fleeting and hard to marshal commodity, too. Two weeks ago, LSU led by one point at Kentucky. ‘Cats forward James Young drove the lane, and had his shot thwarted by the tandem of Johnny O’Bryant III and Jordan Mickey.