LSU’s pitcher bounced a pitch 10 feet in front of the plate

If LSU and Florida state can top the level of crazy they displayed on Saturday night, that’d be a remarkable feat of human will. FSU committed three errors ON THE SAME PLAY to lose, 5-4, and Wednesday’s rematch is showing trickles of the same.

Well, there’s no shortage of college baseball weirdness in Omaha on Wednesday, and LSU’s starter Jared Poche is here to continue the funhouse show. How about a big bad pitch straight into the infield grass of TD Ameritrade Park? You got it.

So, that one bounces around 10 feet in front of the plate and still makes the strike zone. Whatever the case, Poche forced a pop up to center to end the at-bat, then retired the next two batters he saw and got the hell out of there. He’s still dealing, and the ‘Noles are having trouble moving men around the base paths.

There’s still plenty of time for this one to go off the rails.

Spectacular. Hilarious. LSU would eventually eliminate the ‘Noles to advance to the final series with Florida, but not before FSU totally screwed themselves in the rematch a few days later.

Specifically, LSU shortstop Kramer Robertson experienced the world’s worst brainfart once the final series commenced. He was a .413 hitter on the season, but his bat fell totally asleep Cheap NFL Jerseys China after the bracket round began. But that’s the worst of it. For some reason his fielding took a nosedive as well.

He started off a horribly blunder-filled game in a bad 13-1 loss to Wholesale Jerseys Usa Oregon State, for instance.