FILE - In this June 11, 2018, file photo, Mississippi State celebrates after beating Vanderbilt 10-6 in an NCAA college baseball tournament super regional game in Nashville, Tenn. The opening weekend of Mississippi State’s baseball season couldn’t have been much more demoralizing. The proud program lost three straight games, lost its head coach and had gained multiple excuses to totally fall apart. Instead, their season will end at the College World Series.
FILE - In this June 11, 2018, file photo, Mississippi State celebrates after beating Vanderbilt 10-6 in an NCAA college baseball tournament super regional game in Nashville, Tenn. The opening weekend of Mississippi State’s baseball season couldn’t have been much more demoralizing. The proud program lost three straight games, lost its head coach and had gained multiple excuses to totally fall apart. Instead, their season will end at the College World Series. Mike Strasinger, File AP Photo
FILE - In this June 11, 2018, file photo, Mississippi State celebrates after beating Vanderbilt 10-6 in an NCAA college baseball tournament super regional game in Nashville, Tenn. The opening weekend of Mississippi State’s baseball season couldn’t have been much more demoralizing. The proud program lost three straight games, lost its head coach and had gained multiple excuses to totally fall apart. Instead, their season will end at the College World Series. Mike Strasinger, File AP Photo

No excuses: Mississippi State enjoys surprise run to Omaha

June 14, 2018 01:25 PM