Per BATON ROUGE, La. -- The Tigers fell to No. 1 Arkansas on Friday night, 7-0, in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

The Tigers will play a doubleheader on Saturday, May 1, due to a forecast of severe weather on Sunday. Both games are nine-inning contests, and they will be streamed on SEC Network+ and broadcast on the LSU Sports Radio Network.

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Can they just forfeit the evening game? Right now, this is way worse a performance than Smoke’s final year. At least that team won a few real games. This team should Not be going to post season
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I am normally the optimist........Moving on to football!
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And oddly looking forward to WBB.
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yet another game wher maineri's incompetence [paying attention and knowing when to pull the pitcherout] put winning out of reach....come on scott woodward, find us a kim mulkey of college baseball and send manure packing already thnx
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Mainieri gone yet?
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Swing at every MF pitch from here on out
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CPM: It felt like the old days with that crowd Crowd: Covid sucks and so do the Hog Suey chumps
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Still a chance to win this series against the Hogs.
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VERY low percentage 'chance'!
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Drugs are not good for you.
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