Seminoles Put a Hurtin on the Buckeyes

osu-baseball 37-6, it sounds like a football score, but the Seminoles never scored that much in football, this was a regional game between Ohio State and Florida State. The Buckeyes trailed 32-0 after five innings of play, starting pitcher Jared Strayer was tagged for seven runs before getting an out, while their fifth hurler Andrew Armstrong allowed 11 runs in one third of an inning.

Florida State set NCAA postseason records with 37 runs, 38 hits, and 66 total bases. While Stephen Cardullo set a tournament record going seven for seven, including three of FSU’s 15 doubles, an NCAA record.

Some Buckeye fans were a little cocky when they defeated Illinois in the Big Ten Tournament, perhaps they’re a little more humble now.

One Response to “Seminoles Put a Hurtin on the Buckeyes”

  1. I know it sounds strange but that’s too bad. I always root for the Big 10 in the Regionals.

    I mean if theyre good enough to beat Illinois, then I want them to go far to make the Illini (and our conference) look that much better.

    /my warped logic

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