Here is the trailer for ESPN Films’ SEC Storied series, “The Walk Off,” which premieres on Thursday, June 30th at 8pm CT on the SEC Network.

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Chills, every time.
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Geaux Tahel95 months
120k fans at the game
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Big_Al_31695 months
That home run started the streak of games with a home run hit the lasted through the entire next season
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lildaddy8695 months
I was 10 when that happened. Still remember it to this day. And still gives me goosebumps. Definitely an epic moment in LSU baseball
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JermStone95 months
i was waiting tables in the bar at chilis and the tv over my tables head had it on...i was in shock and remember saying to my table "holy shite he just hit a walk off to win the national championship".
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Kracka95 months
Who was on the call with Hawthorne for that game?
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TigerBlood1795 months
Hawthorne's greatest call.
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BatonRougeBuckeye95 months
I had only lived here for a few years when that happened. Never understood the passion of LSU baseball before that moment but that sure clarified it for me. Not only a great moment in LSU history but one of the greatest moments in all of sports in my opinion.
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STRIPES95 months
I was in the Left Field bleachers at Rosenblatt with my 2 oldest kids. My daughter was 10 and my son was 8. My son was so upset that LSU was "gonna lose" and Morris came up. I told him to calm down and let's see what Morris can do because a base hit would tie the game. Never expected what happened to actually happen but then it did. My son was all of a sudden screaming, "I knew he would do it" and "I knew we would win". We all were stunned. There was several Miami fans in the stands who were stunned as well but in a different way. It was an incredible moment and was worth the drive to Omaha all by itself. I have been to Omaha 5 times but that was never and never will be equaled in my opinion. I was very fortunate to be there with my kids anfd thank Warren Morris for giving us a special moment that my kids and myself will never forget. GEAUX TIGERS!
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SmoothOperator9695 months
Sorry to hear that Stripes. You'll never witness anything better than that.
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AustinKnight95 months
I'll never in my life forget being an 18 yr old new graduated buck and jumping all over my fathers living room thinking it may be over. My God what a thrill I hope I taste that kinda baseball happiness again.
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eugene1928LSU95 months
My greatest memory of Tigerball, truly epic! Thanks Warren.
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blackjackjackson95 months
heart pumps everytime!
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Nix to Twillie95 months
Keep watching then! We don't want anyone dying.
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slackster95 months
Pretty crazy that guys home video made it on the show. I believe he posted that on the Rant when he finally uploaded it to YouTube.
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Dale Doubak95 months
I cry like a girl
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udtiger95 months
Wood
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy95 months
Tigers Win! Tigers Win! I get goosebumps hearing that call and how shaking his voice got....he was so emotionally invested in that game just like the rest of us, that he could barely squeeze out the words
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy95 months
Tigers Win! Tigers Win! I get goosebumps hearing that call and how shaking his boy Scott, he was so emotionally invested in that game just like the rest of us, that he could barely squeeze out the words
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barry95 months
I feel bad for every tiger fan who didn't get to experience it in real time.
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sonuvapitcher95 months
Get goosebumps every time I see that.
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TJGator121595 months
This would have never happen if they used wood bats like the pros.
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sonuvapitcher95 months
Danny Wuerffel sucked in the pros.
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STRIPES95 months
They all played with the same equipment. Also why do some of you always want to compare College Baseball with MLB? I mean it is damn near every game broadcast some moron like yourself makes a comparison to MLB. In Football we don't have to hear the announcers say when a long pass is completed, "well thst receiver would never be open in the NFL" or other such comparisons. Why do people like yourself have to continually run down special moments or achievments like you just did? Oh wait, I see you are from Florida. Could it be that you possibly might also be a Miami fan and are just a litte jealous? Well, to quote Les Miles, "Have a GREAT day".
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TigerMonkey95 months
It never gets old!
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