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Per AUSTIN, Texas – Texas right-hander Bryce Elder held the No. 1 LSU baseball team to one run in 6.2 innings of work to lead the No. 18 Longhorns to an 8-1 win Friday night in UFCU Disch-Falk Field.

Texas improved to 8-3 overall while LSU dropped its first game of the season and is now 8-1 on the year.

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Up Next: Game 2 of the series starts at 3:30 p.m. CT on Saturday.
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Chasin Tail64 months
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reauxl tigers64 months
It's because we were wearing those childish looking white jerseys instead of the pinstripes.
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TWT64 months
CPM did not have his Number 1 team ready to play. What an embarrassment !
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GoneFishing2164 months
First time watching baseball? No one wins every game
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AustinKnight64 months
Look I understand and have heard multiple times Hess has the best arm not only on the Tigers but most teams in the NCAA. Problem we have run into is this the Cowboy with Texas last night has half the arm Hess has but to be a starter u have to control emotions and get into a rhythm and become the Boss not allowing each batter to get 8-10 pitches.
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BugaBadger64 months
Hiccup. Move on. Get at it tomorrow guys
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