LSU rounding into title form in Omaha
OMAHA, Neb. -- If it's mid-June in Omaha, it usually means the jambalaya is simmering in a giant pot across the street from Rosenblatt Stadium, and the LSU fans are under a tent nearby drowning their sorrows. Not this year. The Tigers, after several dreary College World Series appearances in recent years, appear to have found, for lack of a better word, their swagger.
"Swagger sounds so
cocky," LSU coach Paul Mainieri said late Monday night after his team clobbered ...
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