’Dogs crush JSU 21-7
“That’s three mid-week games that we have to take care of, and we really took care of business, even our guys that haven’t had a chance to play a lot, too,” Simoneaux said. “We’ve always had a deep bench offensively.”
The ‘Dogs packed this latest victory away early, scoring four runs in each of the first two innings and then adding on a clinching three in the third after the Tigers had scored twice in the top half of the opening frame.
In the three-hour, 47-minute marathon, Tech scored nine runs (three in the sixth, five in the seventh) in the last three innings.