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BATON ROUGE, La. — Justin Bench took the very first pitch of the game Sunday deep to the wall for a leadoff double, and that set the tone for Ole Miss as the Rebels won game three over LSU, 8-5, to sweep the Tigers at Alex Box Stadium.
The win marked Ole Miss’ first-ever three-game road sweep of LSU. The Rebels have claimed back-to-back series victories in Baton Rouge for the first time since 1964-65.
After the game, Peyton Chatagnier, Justin Bench, and Brandon Johnson spoke with media about the historic weekend. Here’s what they had to say.
Chris is our Director of Baseball Content and Senior Baseball Writer. Muller is a 1995 Graduate of Ole Miss. He is a collegiate recreational sports professional currently residing in Arlington Texas with his wife of 25 years, Amber, and German Shorthaired Pointer, Sophie. Chris is an avid Ole Miss Baseball and Football fan. His hobbies include watching college football and baseball and playing poker with his friends.