A rematch is set between Ole Miss and Tennessee Tech after a thrilling 8-9 game on Sunday
The Golden Eagles entered postseason play with 48 wins, the most in the country. Ole Miss, on the other hand, entered at second, with 46, which was the most of any Power-5 school. Now they will battle it out in the winner's bracket
Good pitching has been a key in road teams pulling off Regional upsets. How do the pitching staffs for Tennessee Tech, Missouri State, and Saint Louis stack up?
Tennessee Tech leads the nation in wins, but Ole Miss was quote-on-quote lucky to avoid hosting Southern Miss. Not only has Southern pushed Ole Miss to the brink, but they did it in a midweek game, which meant no Nick Sandlin on the mound.
Ole Miss (46-15) has enjoyed, arguably, the best season in program history in 2018. The Rebels won the second most games in the nation en route to winning the SEC West and storming their way to an SEC tournament title in Hoover, where they won four elimination games in four days after an uncharacteristic performance landed them in the losers bracket.
Big sticks and nasty pitches, that will win games. Ole Miss dominated the Tigers, 9-1, to take their third SEC tournament championship. The Rebels improved to 46-15 (18-12 in conference, 18-11 away from home), as they will be a surefire top-eight national seed.
After successfully navigating the losers bracket, Ole Miss (45-15) and LSU (37-24) will meet for the SEC Tournament championship on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. CST.