After a splendid performance on Thursday, the Diamond Hogs put up an absolute stinker on Friday night.
A 16-3 loss on the SEC Network was witnessed by 4,317 fans that were treated to a 8:00 first pitch.
There weren't any frat guys trying to catch home run balls in the Hog Pen with a visor, but that might've worked better.
LSU plated 16 runs on 21 hits, its most in a SEC game since Mississippi State in May 2009.
It was the second-worst SEC loss ever by the Hogs, and tied the largest by a Dave Van Horn-coached team at Arkansas.
The top-ranked Tigers teed off on Cannon Chadwick in the ninth, scoring six runs.
It would've been worse, but Carson Shaddy went yard in the bottom of the ninth to make the deficit look a smidgen better.
The Hogs will attempt to take the series Saturday at 2:05 and will send Trey Killian to the mound.