11:40 LRN Sportscast March 27th

A big come from behind win for the LSU Tigers yesterday. Trailing 6-2 in the eighth inning, the Bayou Bengals belted three two-run homers to take an 8-6 lead. Beau Jordan’s two-run blast tied the game at six. Here’s how it sounded on the LSU Sports Radio Network as Chris Blair has the call…
cut 30 (14) “…Gainesville”
A couple of batters later, Cole Freeman clubbed his first home run of the year to give LSU the lead and the Tigers went on to win 10-6.

McNeese is now 9-0 in the Southland after sweeping Nicholls. The Cowboys clipped the Colonels 11 to 8 yesterday to stay perfect at home. Nate Fishbeck got the scoring going as he drove in three runs with a double and and finished with 4 RBIs on the day.

Former LSU quarterback Brandon Harris says he plans on transferring to North Carolina. Harris made a trip to the Tar Heel state over the weekend and the Bossier City native said in a facebook post that he looks forward to playing for Coach Larry Fedora at UNC. He will be be able to play for the Tar Heels next season, once he graduates over the summer.

And unless something strange occurs, NFL owners are expected to approve the Raiders desire to move to Las Vegas. It will take 24 yes votes from the 32 owners.

The Pelicans easily defeated Denver last night 115 to 90 to help keep their slim playoff chances alive. DeMarcus Cousins did not play because of a right ankle sprain, but they didn’t need the big guy. Anthony Davis led the way with 31 points and 15 rebounds. It’s the 14th time he’s scored more than 30 points and had more than 15 boards in a game this season. So New Orleans, is now four games back in the loss for the final playoff spot in the West. The Pels are at Utah tonight. Cousins is listed as questionable.