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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Get your finger off the panic button

LSU has lost four straight baseball games -- three at Ole Miss and one at home to a struggling UNO team.

If you want to push the panic button go ahead, but keep in mind it's still April. There's still time to turn things around.

However, there are some causes for concern. Because of injuries Anthony Ranaudo hasn't been Anthony Ranaudo -- at least to this point.

And good luck on figuring out what is wrong with Austin Ross. His struggles are starting to have some impact on the team.

Yes, the UNO loss is embarrassing. But LSU always has some embarrasing losses -- that's the way baseball is, remember Nicholls State from last year.

Still, if the Tigers are struggling on May 28 and not April 28, then there is real cause for concern.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What concern?...After winning the college World series and NC --LSU baseball team is losing to many games now, a year later?THAT WHAT WE SHOULD FEEL BAD OVER?
Please...Who are you talking to?
Do you really think that most of the LSU baseball fans are cry baby's, unable to face real life?
So unless LSU goes back to the college world series, back to back, to back every year, LSU fan should cry?
No thanks, leave me out.


3:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The women fans of LSU seem to have better character then a lot of male LSU fans?
I am starting to hear and see some male LSU fans, acting like some shivering,immature,ingrates?
Spilling there guts all over everywhere...That what I am embarrass to see and hear.
What a joke,the LSU chickens are crying about the young LSU baseball player losing to many college baseball games?
I find something very repulsive about that development?

9:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

O.K. So the sky really is falling. They had to come back to beat Vandy in game 1, then lost games 2 & 3. Hmm, 4th place in the SEC West less than 11 months after winning the CWS. Maybe no need to panic but little optimism, either.

6:57 AM  

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