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COLUMBIA, S.C. — The Tigers fell Thursday night to South Carolina, 13-5, at Founders Park.

LSU will face off against South Carolina at Founders Park for games two and three of the series in a doubleheader on Friday, April 7. The first game of the day will begin at 11:00 a.m. CT with the second game beginning one hour after the conclusion of the first. The games will be broadcast on the LSU Sports Radio Network and its affiliates, and available to watch on SECN+.

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HeadSlash11 months
Drops, is putting it mildly
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CaptainYaYa11 months
I'll say it again and get crucified. This pitching staff has some big question marks.
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Frustrating that it seemed like we surrendered the game after the lightning delay.

Why is Edwards never the first arm out of the bullpen??
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Tigerbait811 months
Because we planned to play 18 innings of baseball today. Given that our starters most likely won’t make it past 5 innings, most likely will need him and the better bullpen arms in those games for extended relief. Also considering that last night could’ve resulted in multiple delays, might as well hold off and not burn a bigger arm until today IF weather permits.
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Twenty 4911 months
Second Skenes start that was wasted. Lightning and poor bullpen performance killed our chances of a comeback.
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stang1411 months
Spent too much time celebrating Women’s Basketball
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tigerbutt11 months
Season is over. Sky is falling.
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reauxl tigers11 months
we sure do have some ugly losses on the resume
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GoneFishing2111 months
Your first time trying to follow baseball?
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RightWingTiger11 months
What? Every loss has been to an SEC, Top 10 team, sans 1 Loss to a mid-tier P5 program w/good pitching. So wheres these “Ugly Losses”
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