UPDATE 4:15: Apologies to all those who had planned their Friday evenings around this liveblog, but with first pitch now set for 5 p.m., I’m afraid I have to cancel. It would be fun, but plowing well into the dinner hour isn’t going to work for me. Sorry again, and big thanks to all those who showed up to talk Kosovar ping-pong. We’ll try again come the NCAAs.
Enjoy your weekend.
It’s just about time. C’mon, it’s Friday afternoon; do you really have anything better to do than follow along as Auburn looks to advance to the SEC tournament semifinals at the expense of Ole Miss? No, no you do not.
So please join me and tons of other Auburn fans–like, three, I’m thinking–in the box below at 2:45 central. If there is no box–a possibility, since CoverItLive and WordPress don’t get along–simply click the link below that says “Click Here” to get the box in a separate window.
UPDATE: Liveblog has gone into rain delay. Will re-start when game re-starts. Sorry for delay.
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A TWER live blog???? My life is complete.
We’ve had a great season, but we aren’t going to get out of a regional if we continue to give up at least 7 runs in two out of every three games. I also thought Pawlowski’s decision to PH Mummey with a runner on 1st and 1 out was curious. You have a guy who’s got a bum hamstring in a double play situation. He’s a power hitter, but if he hits anything on the ground, it’s an easy DP. He hit it on the ground, and it was an easy DP. I feel like he made the decision to PH when he thought the batter before would successfully sacrifice the runner over from first. With a runner on 2nd and one out, the PH move would have made much more sense.
Kiehl Frazier commits! Excellent. Didn’t really make the connection that he was from Gustav the Mad Scientist of Football’s old high school, and therefore already has the leg up on knowing some of the offense. Excellent; the future is definitely looking brighter every day on the Plains!