Column: LSU baseball is not finished, only getting started | Sports

If the sky were to fall, most people would run around in panic. And rightly so, after all the sky is falling. 

But all the yelling and screaming will not stop the sky from falling. 

The LSU baseball team is similar to the sky. Yes, the Tigers did pick up a win against Southeastern on Tuesday, but they struggled from the plate in the Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic and were no hit by No. 15 Oklahoma for the first time in program history. 

What made it even worse was that A.J. Labas pitched a one-hitter against the Sooners and still got the loss because one home run and two hits were enough. 

Yet, I am here to tell you that you should still go about your day as you have always done because the sky is not falling. 

While the hitting is a concern, LSU still has consistency from some players at the plate. Junior infielder Zach Mathis is…

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