The Tigers allowed just four hits, but a three-run homerun catapulted the Gators to victory.
Game-winning goal line stands and record-setting shooting nights were just a few of many memorable moments in a collegiate sports season unlike any other.
Dylan Smith struck out 11 Tiger batters and the offense provided enough run support for the Crimson Tide to take game two.
The Tigers’ pitching staff allowed an early five-run lead to slip and remain winless in SEC games where they give up five runs or more.
The Tigers held a 2-0 lead going into the inning but dropped the game 5-2.
The Tigers’ only runs came in the fourth inning, while their pitching staff struggled to keep Arkansas off the bags.
The Tigers relied heavily on the longball to get a top-10 victory in Fayetteville.