Rapid Reaction: Kentucky 8, LSU 1 

April, 21, 2012
Jerad Grundy and Alex Phillips combined to scatter eight LSU hits and shut out the Tigers after the first inning of an 8-1 Kentucky win Saturday at Cliff Hagan Stadium in Lexington, Ky.

No. 3 Kentucky (34-6, 12-5) was powered by a pair of home runs, by Austin Cousino and Luke Maile, to spearhead an 11-hit attack as the Wildcats evened the series and the top of the SEC standings with No. 4 LSU (32-8, 12-5), which won 5-4 on Friday. Sunday's rubber match will determine who gets the best of the three-game series and emerges as the SEC leader.

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Five-Star DE Jefferson Updates Recruitment
Recruiting reporter Derek Tyson stopped by No. 2 defensive end CeCe Jefferson's high school to talk with the five-star about final visit plans and a desire to be a part of a package deal with other heavy-hitting prospects.