The top-seeded Florida Gators will face the LSU Tigers in the SEC title game on Sunday.
SEC Baseball has the official word.
Florida handed a tough and stubborn Kentucky Wildcats team a 6-5 loss behind a 3-RBI game from Harrison Bader.
LSU smashed it's way through the SEC tournament. It destroyed Arkansas for the second time in a week on Saturday. The second win was an 11-1 triumph.
Can the Tigers blast their way through Florida? Here's how you can watch.
When: Sunday, May 25 at 3:30 p.m. ET
Where: Hoover Metropolitan Stadium at Hoover, Alabama
TV: ESPN 2
Live Stream: Watch ESPN
Throughout this tournament, it has appeared that LSU should have been the top-seeded team. The Tigers have outscored teams 29-4 in the SEC tournament. They have won seven games in a row overall.
Watch this video that was tweeted by the SEC.
When this type of thing is going a team's way, it might be a group of destiny.
That type of dominance has to make not only Florida worried, but also potential opponents in the College World Series.
One of the primary contributors has been Tyler Moore. After the second win over Arkansas, LSU head coach Paul Mainieri said this about Moore, per Sean Cartell of SEC Digital Network:
"I don’t know what is up with Tyler Moore and the RBI streak he is on, but nobody talk to him, just keep letting him do his thing."
Apparently, the team is giving Moore the silent treatment.
The junior has been on a torrid pace during the Tigers' win streak. He has driven in a run in all seven games, and 19 overall.
The Gators will counter LSU's attack with a solid and balanced pitching staff, led by Logan Shore.
Shore's ERA is 1.99 on the year, and a 7-3 record.
Will the Gators' arms have what's necessary to slow down the Tigers' offense?
LSU is on fire. Not only are they hitting, the pitching has only allowed four runs in the SEC tournament. LSU is playing well in all facets, and ready for the College World Series.
LSU will win this game 7-2.