Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports
Per BATON ROUGE— Fourteenth-ranked Texas put up 11 runs on 13 hits to propel the Longhorns past the No. 15 LSU baseball team, 11-1, in the final game of the non-conference series Sunday afternoon at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

LSU falls to 4-3 on the year while Texas improves to 4-3.

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Up Next: LSU returns to Alex Box Stadium on Tuesday, Feb. 27 to play Grambling at 6:30 p.m. CT.
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Pahnew....Peterson still chill out
Reply38 months
Only 3 seniors and many JC transfers in the starting lineup, it will take more then 2 series. Lost the entire starting rotation, plus Smith and Watson for some time. Chill out
Reply38 months
It was worse watching in person. Peterson is awful as a starter, we must have had 8 walks today, not to mention texas tore the cover off the ball.
Reply38 months
Peterson blows....
Reply38 months
Can't understand why they laid an egg today. Horrible just horrible
Reply38 months
That’s baseballs way of evening things out. Big win Friday, come back win yesterday, baseball gods just favored UT today. Tip a cap to em and get ready for the next game
38 months
Get accustomed to it. This is a bad team, led by Les Mainieri.
Reply38 months
I can understand why you wouldnt be too thrilled with the start of the season. But Paul has won a NC and played for one last year. The guy knows how to win to a degree.
38 months
I agree that the pitching sucks. Worse rotation in a long time. Bats are pretty good but pitching has a long way to go.
38 months
That stunk worse than me....
Reply38 months
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