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SEC Baseball Tournament 2012: Early Upsets Give Kentucky an Edge

Published by on May 24, 2012

Top-seed LSU misfired against seventh-seed Mississippi State in the 2012 SEC Baseball Tournament on Wednesday. Then, second-seed South Carolina sliped in its opener against fifth-seed Vanderbilt.

Who benefitted?

Why, 11th-ranked Kentucky, of course!

Okay, so maybe third-ranked Florida is better off as well, though, that all depends on how the Gators fare against Vandy on Thursday.

Nonetheless, having the top-two seeds trudging through the loser's path leaves the SEC tourney wide open for the taking.

The Wildcats are as well-equipped as any team to pounce.

Head coach Gary Henderson has a pair of aces on whom he can rely on in Jerad Grundy (no relation to Solomon Grundy) and Corey Littrell. Grundy was particularly brilliant in Big Blue's 5-1 win over Mississippi State on Thursday, striking out nine Bulldog...

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