Posted May 12, 2013 on alabama.scout.com
Alabama’s bullpen faltered on Friday, but had enough cusion to survive. The bullpen collapsed on Saturday and Missouri took victory. It looked like more of the same Sunday, but the Crimson Tide offense came alive in the ninth inning.
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