Maybe falling out of contention for a home regional was the best thing that ever happened to Georgia. The Bulldogs jumped on Ohio State ace righty Alex Wimmers for eight runs in the first inning in Tallahassee, and they lead 10-2 in the bottom of the fifth. UGa. coach David Perno has expressed frustration and bewilderment this year with his team’s struggles at home, where the Dawgs lost three of their last four conference series. Maybe the change of scenery is exactly what Georgia needed.
Elsewhere, Miami is in control against Jacksonville. The Hurricanes lead 6-0 through five innings, and they got four scoreless innings from freshman Travis Miller. If the ‘Canes hold on to win this game, things set up very nicely for them, because they’ll have ace lefty Chris Hernandez ready to go in their next game, potentially against top-seeded Florida.
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