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Tigers Win! Postgame Notes and Video

More on the Tigers’ gut-check over the ‘Noles.

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Go to bed, baby. (It turns out that sleepy baby is actually the son of former LSU pitcher and current LSU radio commentator Doug Thompson)

A few notes and postgame reactions to last night’s 7-4 Tigers victory. LSU will play another elimination game Friday at 3 p.m. CT against the No. 1 Oregon State Beavers.

Not a fan of Kramer Robertson’s um...conversion? Some people weren’t. Including his head coach.

Speaking of hair...’s Christopher Dabe on Jake Slaughter’s insertion into the lineup:

"He was hitting a lot of balls really hard and looked like he was confident," Mainieri said. "Just went with a hunch,"

The Advocate’s Scott Rabalais on Slaughter and Poche powering the Tigers to victory:

“If you told me when I started I’d be in Omaha breaking the (LSU) all-time wins record, there was no way I would have believed that,” Poché said. “Having Kramer (Robertson) and (Alex) Bregman and all those guys behind me over the course of my career, making plays — I couldn’t have done it without those guys.”

Some audio highlights from the LSU Sports Network: