OMAHA–Well, 7:40 came and went without baseball being played at Rosenblatt Stadium, but we’ve got some good news. The tarp has been removed from the infield, the players are stretching and jogging in the outfield, and the game is slated to resume at 8:05 CT.
I’ve got to think this delay hurts North Carolina more than it hurts LSU. The Tigers probably weren’t planning to stick with Jared Bradford for too long anyway, but the Tar Heels certainly hoped for a long outing from Matt Harvey. Now it appears Colin Bates is likely to enter for North Carolina in the bottom of the third. Bradford was warming up and might actually stay in the game for LSU, but his rhythm has been disrupted. We’ll see how much that affects him, if in fact he comes back out in the top of the third.
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