Junior pitcher Ryan Verdugo and catcher Micah Gibbs together helped LSU beat Mississippi 8-2 Sunday.
The win came during Verdugo's (6-2) first complete game of his LSU (22-13, 6-9 SEC) career, while Gibbs drove in four runs. Gibbs led LSU's 13-hit attack, as he was 3-for-5 at the plate with a homer and four RBI.
The loss blew Mississippi's (24-12, 9-6 SEC) nine-game win streak. Mississippi on Saturday had captured the Southeastern Conference series after beating LSU 7-1.
Ole Miss starter Cody Satterwhite (3-2) took the loss as he allowed four runs on nine hits in 5.1 innings with one walk and four strikeouts.
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