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Per Centerfielder Dylan Crews launched two homers Friday night to lead LSU to an 8-3 win over Vanderbilt at Hawkins Field.

The Tigers improved to 36-18 overall and 16-13 in the SEC, while the Commodores dropped to 35-18 overall and 14-15 in conference play.

Friday’s win clinched LSU’s first series victory in Nashville since 2005. The Tigers had lost four straight series at Vanderbilt prior to this weekend.

The series concludes at 1 p.m. CT Saturday in a game that will be carried on the LSU Sports Radio Network and televised on the SEC Network.

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Toptigerfan8625 months
Truth. You know if LSU fans whistled like that the sec and/or ncaa would make a rule against it lmao
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Ignignot25 months
The ghosts of Nate Bumstead have risen
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ThatTahoeOverThere25 months
Whistle that out your arse biotch
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Timeoday25 months
Too bad if 1 to 2 hundred LSU fans don't show up and whistle back today. It would be hilarious and probably cause rules to be adopted banning whistles.
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ccomeaux25 months
This team is different on the road. That’s a good thing this season I think we’ll win a road regional then… who knows ? Looking good boys !
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Shiftyplus125 months
Weird team. Gets stomped by Ole Miss, then turn around and look like world beaters against one of the best teams in the nation on their home field.
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Shalimar Sid25 months
Crews offensively and Thompson defensively. Wow
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KCSunshine25 months
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