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OMAHA, Neb. -- LSU lost in the College World Series championship for the first time program history on Tuesday, as Florida took advantage of the Tigers' mistakes and won its first title, 6-1.

In 2017, LSU (52-20) was co-champion of the Southeastern Conference with the Gators, won NCAA Regional and Super Regional Titles and won three elimination games in the CWS prior to the final series.

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TKLSUMD85 months
I am disappointed that we lost in the finals but honestly did not expect us to make it that far. I do believe we overachieved particularly in light of freshman pitcher's injury. In the end, Florida's pitchers were the difference. Congratulations to the Gators.
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YellaPurp85 months
No fire Coach Paul Mainieri posts??? Lol.
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Gumbo185 months
Proud of my LSU Tigers even though we couldn't put one more CWS National Title.
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eugene1928LSU85 months
Our World Series was beating the Beavers 2 of 3, Great Season Tigers, Florsux was just a bit better (damn it) when it mattered most.
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lsusportsman285 months
Hats off to Florida. They were the better team.
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TexasTiger3485 months
Downvoters are looking past all of our base-running errors, throwing errors, walks, abysmal bunting, communication in the outfield, decisions by your "leader" (krob).. overall fundamentals really. Not sure how anyone can even doubt Florida was the better team. Tip your cap, learn how to play ball better and get back at it next year.
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