In a night that turned out to be a disaster for SEC baseball, LSU should have cruised to a blow out win over Nicholls St., but some 9th inning drama brought the Colonels all the way back from a 7 run deficit to have the tying run at the plate with 2 outs. LSU would hold on for the 9-6 victory, and is just glad to be undefeated in mid week games for the year, a feat that is unmatched in LSU history. I could say that I'm worried about Nick Goody having a 2nd bad outing in a row, but with the large amount of late game subs, I'm just going to blame this one on the defense and move on. Kurt McCune gets the win for his 5IP 6H 2R performance, but he did seem to struggle early until some run support allowed him to relax. Kevin Berry and Joe Broussard had great brief relief outings. At the plate, Raph Rhymes is slowly getting out of his funk (1-3 with a walk and a RBI, BA now at .476) but Austin Nola is really on a tear lately since being put in the leadoff spot, with a perfect 4 for 4 outing last night. We also had some nice fireworks from Mason Katz who blasted a 3 run homer, his 10th of the year. It shows you just how much the game has changed in just two years that Katz may be the only LSU player with double digit home runs this year. LSU also officially passed the 400,000 mark in attendance for the season last night, but as there appears to be some discrepancy in the figures, I'm going to wait and do a full breakdown later.