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Mason Katz drove home four runs, two on a towering home run to center, and LSU beat Jackson State 11-7 on Friday in both teams' opening game of the NCAA tournament.
Jared Foster added a two-run homer over the left-field bleachers for LSU (53-9), the host of the Baton Rouge regional. Foster entered the game in place of left fielder Raph Rhymes after Rhymes bloodied his nose in a collision with shortstop Alex Bregman.
LSU starter Ryan Eades, struggling with control, yielded two runs and left in the third inning with two runners on. Kurt McCune (4-1) ended the threat and went on to earn the win with 4 2/3 shutout innings, including five strikeouts.
Jackson State starter Alexander Juday (7-5) yielded seven runs on six hits in 3 2/3 innings.
Charles Tilery twice hit run-scoring doubles, and Fred Hampton homered for Jackson State (34-21).
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LSU’s football coach Les Miles rappelled down a 24-story building for Louisiana Family Forum’s “Over the Edge for Adoption” campaign. This is the last thing I would have ever thought I would have seen Les Miles doing, but it was for a great cause. According to the LFF’s website: LFF hopes to provide a unique moment for increasing awareness of the nearly 500 adoption-eligible...
A coach has truly reached cult status in the world of college football when his program sends out a tweet stating he can be found rappelling off the sides of tall buildings, and the response is, Just another Thursday in Baton Rouge.
Thats pretty much the realm Les Miles, LSUs outlandish quote (or misquote) machine, finds himself in.
Theres very little shock value to his actions...
There are no words.
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Les Miles rappelled down Baton Rouge's One American Place Building on Thursday. Just another ordinary day in the life of the LSU head football coach, right? Actually, it was part of a promotion for the Louisiana Family Forum's "Over the Edge for Adoption"campaign for adoption awareness. Never let it be said that The Mad Hatter won't do anything for a good...
LSU head football coach Les Miles climbed down a building today to support the “Over the Edge for Adoption” campaign. Of course, it’s always great to see coaches giving back to the community, but Twitter had a little extra fun with this one.
The picture of Miles that was taken with all of his gear on to descend the One American Place building in Baton Rouge has been deemed...
LSUFreek is at it again. This time taking a scene from Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol and adding Les Miles face from the hysterical photo of him before he rappelled down a 24 story building.
LSU head coach Les Miles took some time off from preparing for the 2013 college football season on Thursday to raise awareness for charity.
However, this wasn’t an ordinary charity event. The Mad Hatter had to rappel down the 24-story One American Place Building in Baton Rouge, La. With seemingly little trepidation, Miles successfully scaled all 24 stories to support the “Over...
LSU Tigers Head Coach Les Miles has been known as the “Mad Hatter” for the crazy things he says and does, but rappelling down the side of a building might be the craziest thing he has done yet.
Coach Miles putting on equipment before he heads to the top of the building to rappel down. pic.twitter.com/P3sY8IoVOf
— LSU Football (@LSUfball) May 30, 2013
Les Miles rappelled down...
On Thursday afternoon, LSU head coach Les Miles put on his mad hat and repelled down a 24-story building. Here are videos and photos of the descent.
Les Miles went rappelling today down a 24-story building. Before attempting the feat he posed for a picture and give a very Les Miles face.
Here are a few other pics from Miles attempt at being Spiderman
[via @LSUfball, @LSUBillMartin]
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As LSU coach Les Miles repelled down the side of the One American Place, fans took the opportunity to record video and take photos from inside the building.
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LSU head coach Les Miles helped raise money for adoption awareness on Thursday the only way he knows how — by rappelling down the side of a 300-foot building. Miles, who is known for quirky antics like eating grass before games, got all strapped in with safety gear and participated in the “Over the Edge for Adoption [...]
LSU Tigers and SEC fans alike have grown to know and love "LSU Freek." The message board legend has been building hiliarious and creative GIFs for...