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ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL: He accounted for three of Mississippi State's five runs batted in, including the priceless insurance score in the decisive ninth inning. Yet Demarcus Henderson was as annoyed about the RBI he did not produce, on a non-hit attempt, than he was happy over an otherwise excellent offensive night.

With the Bulldogs having just taken a 4-3 lead in the top of the ninth on 1B Wes Rea's clutch single, Henderson came up with bases loaded and one out. He'd already notched a run-scoring single way back in the first inning; then plated another teammate with his third-inning fly ball. Plus, the outfielder had battered South Carolina pitching over the previous weekend with a pair of three-hit games... Recommended Stories

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