Vols beat Purdue 8-2 to sweep snow-delayed series opener

Tennessee's Andrew Lee throws a pitch against Purdue on Monday at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. It was Lee's first collegiate start.

Photo by Wade Rackley/Tennessee Athletics, University of Tennessee Athletics

Tennessee's Andrew Lee throws a pitch against Purdue on Monday at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. It was Lee's first collegiate start.

The Tennessee baseball team could be forgiven for breathing a heavy sigh of relief after the final out was recorded on Monday night.

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atchleyaaron#1420833 writes:

Why is UNLV a test and Perdue is not?

ewoodbery writes:

in response to atchleyaaron#1420833:

Why is UNLV a test and Perdue is not?

Purdue was playing outdoors for the first time this weekend. UNLV has likely had a good month of outdoor baseball under their belts.

Even Big 10 teams that are good -- and I'm not sure whether Purdue will fall into that category -- still don't catch up to the southern schools until later in the season.

-- Evan

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