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LSU Head Coach Paul Mainieri Q&A with College Baseball Daily

College Baseball Daily: You went 46-16-1, had a couple tough losses in the regional here at home. Every team is different, every team has its own motivation. How much does that loss last year motivate this year’s team and how much have they been working?

Paul Mainieri: Every team other than one loses not one but two games the last weekend of the season so every team’s season ends in a disappointing fashion except for one team. I guess experience is a great thing because it makes you understand to some degree that only one team is going to be terribly happy at the end of the year. What’s important is for perspective to rear its head and that means that if you feel like your team performed at a really high level for a good portion of the year and the program is healthy, kids are having fun playing in the program, they’re developing, you’re accomplishing things, you can’t judge your year, your season or the quality of your program off of one or two games at the end of the year.
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2015 SEC Baseball Television Schedule

SEC Circle Gold Letters on White BackgroundThe SEC Network will swing into its inaugural baseball season with 80 games slated to air on the network dedicated to Southeastern Conference sports, as part of the more than 100 planned across ESPN television networks (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU or SEC Network). The new network will quadruple SEC baseball’s coverage over last year’s nationally televised schedule. Continue reading 2015 SEC Baseball Television Schedule

Missouri releases 2015 Schedule

TimJamiesonMissouri_thumb.jpgCOLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou baseball and head coach Tim Jamieson have announced the team’s 2015 schedule on Friday (Jan. 16). In all, the Tigers are slated to play 10 Southeastern Conference series and have 31 home dates on this season’s schedule. In SEC play, fans will get to see the Tigers play weekend home series against South Carolina, defending SEC Champion Florida, Alabama, Ole Miss and Kentucky. In all, Mizzou will play 19 games and six weekend series against teams that qualified for NCAA Regional action a year ago.
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