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Per LSUSports: Centerfielder Dylan Crews drove in four runs and second baseman Cade Doughty blasted two homers Thursday night as LSU defeated Vanderbilt, 13-2, at Hawkins Field.

LSU, which hit five home runs to increase its season total to 100, improved to 35-18 overall and 15-13 in the SEC. Vanderbilt dropped to 35-17 overall and 14-14 in conference play.

The teams resume the series at 6 p.m. CT Friday in a game that will be carried on affiliates of the LSU Sports Radio Network and streamed on SEC Network +.

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FlyinTiger9325 months
Gorilla ball is back, unless they play Ole Piss.
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NPComb25 months
Hopefully, it gets them to stop that fricking annoying whistling shite
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Sanitarium25 months
He didn't make a sound for like 4 hours lmao 13-2
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BayouBengalDTX25 months
Jay Johnson haters you out there?
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RazzleDazzle25 months
I don't think anyone hates Jay Johnson. I think with the talent we had a lot of people had very high expectations.
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lsufan7925 months
Nobody hates him. Stop talking like a 2 year old.
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Im4LSUnTN25 months
Helter Skelter type season..Domination last night…futile last weekend. Let’s keep this domination going!
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