23-9. I said 23-9.
With their first trip to the College World Series since 1999 on the line in game two Sunday, the Texas A&M Aggies caught a 23-9 curb-stomping from the Florida State Seminoles.
Derrick Hadley started for the Aggies and got pummeled for six runs in one inning of work. Brandon Parrent and Joaquin Hinojosa relieved him, for a combined 4.1 innings and eight earned runs. By the time Steve Martin (who wasn't funny at ALL) entered the game, the Aggies were down 14-6.
It was just a complete disaster for the Aggies, who collected 12 hits and nine runs of their own, but managed four errors in the field that led to three unearned runs. Of course, three runs didn't make any sort of difference in this laugher. The Aggies will have to regroup quickly if they're going to advance to Omaha.
The decisive game three between the Aggies and Seminoles is set for 6PM Monday.