Per LSUsports.net: Down three runs in the ninth, No. 21 LSU (22-13, 3-10 SEC) scored two and put the tying run on first base, but the Tigers' rally fell short, and Auburn held on for the victory, 8-7, in Game 1 of the series Friday night at Alex Box Stadium. Click here for complete story.

Game 2 of the series will be played tonight at 6:30pm CT.
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