What went down on Saturday? Oh, nothing that eventful. Just a no-hitter.
LSU’s senior hurler Jared Poche recorded the first no-no for the Tigers since 1979 and the sixth in the illustrious program’s history. Pretty good way to start the season, yeah?
Elsewhere, Ole Miss is a hell of a lot of noise so far. The Rebels took yet another game from the ECU Pirates, winning the opening series against the 10th-ranked team in the country. Although they’re ranked 24th to start the year, Ole Miss is making it known out of the gate that they’re going to be a whale to deal with.
Something that may jump off the page to you? Mizzou scored 27 runs. Yep. You read that righty. They scored TWENTY SEVEN RUNS IN A SINGLE GAME. Poor Eastern Michigan. Texas A&M may’ve one-upped them by scoring a combined 35 runs in *two* games against Bowling Green.
- Georgia took one on the chin to Charleston
- Mississippi State got their first win of the season
- Kentucky did their damnedest to defeat UNC... but fell short
- Vanderbilt’s game still could not be taken care of
Baseball Schedule - February 19
|Eastern Michigan vs. Mizzou||11 a.m.|
|Kentucky vs. UNC||1 p.m.||ACC Network Extra|
|George Washington vs. Auburn||1 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|William & Mary vs. Florida||1 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|ECU vs. Ole Miss||1 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|Western Illinois vs. Mississippi State||1 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|Charleston vs. Georgia||1 p.m.|
|UNC Greensboro vs. South Carolina||1:30 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|Miami (OH) vs. Arkansas||2 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|Air Force vs. LSU||2 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|Presbyterian vs. Alabama||2 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|Tennessee vs. Memphis||2 p.m.|
|Texas Tech vs. Mississippi State||4 p.m.||SEC Network+||WatchESPN|
|Vanderbilt vs. San Diego||5:45 p.m.|