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OXFORD, Miss. -- No. 12 Ole Miss (15-3) edged Auburn 2-1 to win its Southeastern Conference opener on Friday night. Bobby Wahl, Dylan Chavez and Brett Huber combined to limit the Tigers (10-8) to the one run on seven hits. Zach Kirksey and Will Allen had the Rebels' RBI.

You can read last night's game story here.

A little leftover video, as Wahl talks about his night on the mound. The sophomore struck out six in six innings of work.


No. 3 South Carolina (15-2) at Kentucky (19-0)

The Wildcats trailed by three runs entering the seventh, but a two-run walkoff home run kept Kentucky's record perfect on the year with a 4-3 victory over the two-time defending national champions. If the Wildcats find one more win this weekend, their profile will jump significantly.

Tennessee (10-7) at No. 18 Georgia (14-5)

Georgia put up four runs in the first four innings and weathered a one-hour lightning delay in the fifth inning to beat Tennessee, 4-0. UGA ace Alex Wood didn't return after the delay and picked up a no-decision.

Vanderbilt (7-11) at No. 1 Florida (17-1)

The No. 1 Gators used a five-run fifth and a four-run seventh to keep rolling and keep Vandy struggling with a 10-2 victory. UF's Hudson Randall allowed two runs in 6.2 innings.

Alabama (8-10) at No. 4 Arkansas (17-2)

Alabama pitcher Adam Windsor walked the bases loaded and then walked in the winning run to give Arkansas a 4-3 victory in 12 innings. Arkansas ace DJ Baxendale allowed one run in 5.1 innings.

No. 21 Miss. State (14-6) at No. 13 LSU (15-3)

MSU's Chris Stratton struck out 17 in 8.2 innings and threw 137 pitches (98 strikes), but LSU put up two in the 10th to beat the Bulldogs, 3-2. After MSU catcher Mitch Slauter hit a solo home run in the 10th, Grant Dozar had an RBI double and Mississippi native JaCoby Jones singled in the winning run.


Arkansas 1-0
LSU 1-0
Ole Miss 1-0
Alabama 0-1
Auburn 0-1
Mississippi State 0-1


Florida 1-0
Georgia 1-0
Kentucky 1-0
South Carolina 0-1
Tennessee 0-1
Vanderbilt 0-1

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