UT baseball loses two games in final inning against South Carolina

Tennessee outfielder Christin Stewart swings against Auburn at Lindsey Nelson Stadium on March 22, 2014.Photo By Andrew Bruckse/Tennessee Athletics

Photo by Andrew Bruckse/Tennessee Athleti, University of Tennessee Athletics

Tennessee outfielder Christin Stewart swings against Auburn at Lindsey Nelson Stadium on March 22, 2014.Photo By Andrew Bruckse/Tennessee Athletics

COLUMBIA, S.C. — It was a long, nightmarish day for the Tennessee baseball team.

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atnvol#283282 writes:

Devastating....but if they take from these losses, then they will grow. SC is a great team with a great coach and some very strong recent history. We are playing with the big boys now and this speaks volumes. Hopefully they can gut out a win today and avoid the sweep. Good Luck Vols.

magicbyswh#221420 writes:

Right now in the 5th inning in game 3 the Vols are behind 3-0. They are not ready to compete yet with the upper tier of the SEC teams. A good team can't get swept period in the SEC.

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