BATON ROUGE, La. – The two teams went toe-to-toe with hits, but it was the long ball that proved to be the difference on Thursday night as No. 23 Ole Miss fell to No. 2 LSU by a score of 7-1 at Alex Box Stadium.
The Rebels (35-19 overall, 14-14 SEC) out-hit the Tigers in the game, but the 11 singles couldn’t compensate for the eight extra-base hits – including four home runs – from LSU (47-7, 22-6) in the series opener.