6:45 LRN Sportscast

We are on the eve of the NCAA Baseball Regionals starting and pitching is the big concern for the LSU Tigers. Ty Floyd and Thatcher Hurd both pitched well in last week’s SEC Tournament. Coach Jay Johnson says Hurd has come a long way from his previous struggles
Cut 17 (13) “…moving forward.”
Johnson will wait right before game time before announcing a starting pitcher for the regional opener against Tulane.

The Ragin Cajuns are in South Florida getting ready to play Texas tomorrow to open up the Coral Gables Regional. Right-handed pitcher Cooper Rawls says they are not in the Sunshine State to work on their tan…
Cut 18 (09) “…baseball games.”
And Nicholls is getting ready to play Alabama in Tuscaloosa tomorrow night.

SEC spring meetings are ongoing in Destin, Florida with no decision in sight on what to do with the football schedule when Oklahoma and Texas enter the league in 2024. There’s a desire to go to a nine-game SEC schedule, but several schools would like to keep the league schedule at eight games and keep playing four non-conference games. 247-sports national college football writer Brandon Marcello says SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey has struggled to get a consensus
Cut 19 (19) “…figure it out.”

We do know the game times for the LSU home and SEC openers. The Tigers will take on Grambling State on September ninth in Baton Rouge and that game will kick off at 6:30. LSU will be in Starkville the following week and they will kick off that game against Mississippi State at 11 AM.