Sixteen years later, more HR drama for LSU 

June, 8, 2012
BATON ROUGE, La. -- It was 16 years ago Friday that Warren Morris hit perhaps the most celebrated home run in LSU history, as his walk-off, two-run home run against Miami at the College World Series gave LSU a win and a national title.

On Friday, the Tigers again delivered memories with clutch postseason long balls. While none of LSU's three home runs in the first game of the best-of-three super regional series against Stony Brook were nearly as singularly dramatic as Morris' "Shot Heard 'Round the Bayou," they added another unique chapter to the storied program's history collectively.

Before rain suspended the game at 4-4 at the end of the 11th inning, LSU faced a one-run deficit and was down to its last half-inning in the bottom of three straight innings. In each, a Tiger came through with a game-tying homer.
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