Tigers Take Down Longhorns in Austin, 45-38

Saturday night’s game between LSU and Texas was set up to a be a show. And it definitely lived up to its billing. LSU’s Joe Burrow went 31-for-39 through the air for 471 yards, an average pass of 12.1 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. Clyde Edwards-Helaire touched the ball 15 times for 87 yards, an average carry of 5.8 yards, one touchdown and a long run of 24 yards. Defensively the Tigers were led by Michael Divinity Jr., who had 20 tackles before the game ended. Texas was led quarterback, Sam Elingher in Saturday’s primetime showdown with LSU but was unable to pull it out.

Could We See Two SEC Clubs Facing off for the College Baseball Title?

NCAA Baseball Regionals are behind us. Now, we are faced with Super Regional best-of-three game series’ in multiple locations. Ole Miss will travel up to Fayetteville, Arkansas to take on the Razorbacks in the Fayetteville Super Regional, beginning June 8th at noon ET. Auburn will travel to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to take on the North Carolina Tar Heels at noon ET on June 8th. LSU will remain in Baton Rouge and play host to the Florida State Seminoles beginning June 8th at 3pm ET and Mississippi State will remain in “Stark Vegas” aka, Starkville, Mississippi and host the Stanford Cardinal June 8th at 3pm ET. In Nashville, Tennessee, the Vanderbilt Commodores will battle the Duke Blue Devils beginning June 7th at 5pm ET. As a whole, the Southeastern Conference will send six of the 10 teams that advanced to the postseason NCAA Tournament to Super Regional action. For those of you wondering if that’s some kind of record, you would be right. The Southeastern Conference is the first conference in college baseball history to send six teams to the Super Regionals. One again, the SEC has proven its dominance and displayed its resiliency as it does in seemingly every sport all year long. This conference is without a doubt the best conference in college sports. Say what you will, but the Southeastern Conference always delivers when the stakes reach their highest point. Which SEC teams make the trip to Omaha and will they be facing a conference foe? When it’s time to step up, the Southeastern Conference seemingly always comes out on top. Personally, I like the conference’s chances of two teams reaching Omaha and the championship game. Will an SEC team be on top of the college baseball world?