Per LSUSports.net: BATON ROUGE, La. -- The Tigers fell to Oral Roberts, 22-7, Friday afternoon at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

LSU (8-2) will face Oral Roberts again Saturday at 3 p.m. CT at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field. The game will be broadcast on SEC Network+ and available on radio at 100.7 FM.

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Ouch
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Truly sad
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Game 2 is being played right now. You should watch it.
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2 win team puts it to us.
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There’s a lot of teams with only two wins this early in the season. It happens
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22 runs against roberts. What’s going to happen against top notch SEC teams? We are looking at 2019 football scores
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Apparently you don’t realize, but that’s not how this works
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How what works? Surely you meant to post on someone else’s post
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No I meant what I wrote. Your baseball posts are typically awful. If you knew anything about the sport then you realize that giving up 22 runs to ORU does not mean we will give up more runs to SEC teams. We gave up 0 runs to them today. So please tell us what that indicates?
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The just prayed harder. I mean played harder.
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I blame the Husch Blackwell report
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Looks like we got anal Roberts by them.
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Thank you sir for that.
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Well, they do have a fan in Jesus.
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fire pawl
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Here comes the Pawl cult beating their chest over beating.a Jr high team. It’s sad really.
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Oral “Robert’s”? Why do you not proofread?
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Datsa basaball
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at least we kept it close.
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We were blown by Oral Robert’s. I hate going down like that.
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Lofty joke, mate
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The posted an 11 spot in the 4th inning. I’ve always wondered what’s it like to go 3-3 in a single inning.
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Brings me back to memories of the 1997 LSU-Bama Series in Tuscaloosa where Bama scored 28 runs and won 28-2. Bama scored 18 runs in the 1st four innings. Skip ran out of pitchers and the late Johnnie Thibodeaux volunteered to pitch the last two innings.
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Did Pelini get fired yet?
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Isnt hill supposed to be our ace?
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Aces always have good games?
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against garbage oppo? Yes.
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First time watching baseball?
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Wow
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I was gonna say that if you gonna lose... then go down swinging. BUT we obviously were out "swung".
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Gasped when I saw the headline. What the heck happened?!
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