A fairly lethargic start and some really bad luck with base-running had the Tigers in a 4-0 hole to Tennessee last night, with the possibility of a one-and-done performance in the SEC baseball tournament.
But the varmints came through with a three-run seventh to set up some big-time dramatics in the bottom of the ninth.
Greg Deichmann led things off...
No word on if this ball has landed yet.@LSUbaseball's Greg Deichmann ties it in the 9th. pic.twitter.com/wnvXDsnh5Q— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) May 25, 2016
That marks the first home run LSU has hit in Hoover since the 2008 season. It'll probably land in another eight years or so.
With the game tied up, Beau Jordan drew a walk, advanced to second on a bunt and to third on a wild pitch before Kramer Robertson came through with a walk-off single.
The Tigers are scheduled to take on fourth-seeded Florida tonight at 8 p.m.