How LSU baseball’s playoff chances were affected vs. Ole Miss

BATON ROUGE – It’s crunch time for LSU baseball.

In less than two weeks, the Tigers will be in Hoover, Alabama, for the SEC Tournament. In three weeks, they’ll start planning a path to get to Omaha, Nebraska, for the College World Series.

But after getting swept by Ole Miss (31-19, 13-14 SEC) in a series that included a 5-3 defeat that spanned two days, an 11-1 drubbing and an 8-5 Sunday defeat, LSU (33-18 , 14-13) has seen its position drop in the SEC standings and RPI, and likely the national polls.

Here’s a look at how the series has hurt LSU’s postseason chances.

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