Sunday, June 10, 2007

Rebs End Season

There is not much else to say that has not been said in the comments from yesterday's game. I was not able to watch the Saturday night game, but from what I hear from everyone it was a huge disappointment and one that was really not too surprising of a finish for the way this team has played all year. After talking to those that were either in attendance or had the chance to to watch the game, it appeared to have taken the life out of this team. It was obvious, after watching the team today, that they were really effected by last night's game. From the very beginning, it did not appear this team had a chance to win the game. The only real thing I was surprised about was the way Lance Lynn pitched. Lynn has thrown well the past few weeks, if not all season, but tonight he was rocked for a few innings.

All in all, I am not too surprised. This AZ State team knows how to win especially at home. As many have put it, it is probably a good thing the season is over. It has caused most of us to probably lose three years of our life's with how frustrating the season has been. Without a doubt the most frustrating Ole Miss season of any sport I have ever followed. I will wrap up the season later this week.

In close, I would like to give credit to Sterling and several other readers of this board for showing their support of the Rebels by making the trip to Tempe. Sorry it did not work out for yall.

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Ole Miss saw its season end Sunday, as Arizona State swept the Rebels out of their NCAA Baseball Super Regional with a 7-1 win.
The third-ranked Sun Devils plated two runs in third inning and took the game in hand with a four-run fourth. The Rebels picked up their lone run in the ninth, when Zack Cozart singled and scored on a Fuller Smith sacrifice flyout.
Lance Lynn suffered the loss, relinquishing six runs over seven innings, while ASU hurler Josh Satow kept the Rebels off the board over 7.2 frames.