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Monday, June 07, 2010

And so it ends

Well, as it turned out, LSU's NCAA tournament experience was pretty much a microcosm of the last half of the season.

The Tigers had a thrilling win on Friday and couldn't carry it over into the weekend losing on Saturday and Sunday. Sounds like the Vanderbilt series to me.

If you judge LSU baseball seasons by trips to Omaha and national championships, then this season goes down as a disappointment.

If you take into consideration injuries -- Anthony Ranaudo, Trey Watkins and the like -- then it makes a little more sense.

You can't win national championships every year. And the late swoon seriously dented LSU's chances of getting to Omaha by making the Tigers go on the road.

And while this season won't go down as one of the more memorable ones, the SEC tournament run kept it from being even more disappointing than it was.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Major league baseball is simply keeping to many of the better ball players from college baseball...This stream of ball players that are going to the major league,instead of staying or going to college,is keeping college baseball very messy, and less then what it could be.
For better or for worst that the way it is?

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LSU should get the Ivory league to merge with the SEC and we can play Harvard,Yale...Better Idea the that super Chump conference the Pac 10 and Big 10 got they self's into...Trying to make more money,only to never a have a team not winning enough to play in the NC game.

2:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The LSU head baseball coach is a proven winner and needs no defense,his record speaks for it self...What starting to bother me is I notice that someone at LSU is letting very good coaches, to leave and go to other schools...Pat Henry LSU great track coach, went to Texas A&M.
Fire the guy that let that happen,if you are looking to fire someone.

1:17 PM  

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