In the middle of the 8th inning of the opening game of the Starkville Super Regional, the power suddenly went out at Dudy Noble Field, delaying the game between Arizona and Mississippi State.
Power outage here at Dudy Noble.— Arizona Baseball (@ArizonaBaseball) June 11, 2016
It came at a bad time, as Bobby Dalbec had set down 11 straight at the time. So some fun things happened on Twitter.
Hey @CoachHughFreeze. Sorry to bother you, but we need help with our light bill in Starkville. Should be about $305. Hit us up.— Brandon Walker (@BWonStateBeat) June 11, 2016
Sean Miller would have sweated through eleventy billion shirts by now. https://t.co/PFa9yEDZhO— Brian Pedersen (@realBJP) June 11, 2016
Also heard a rumor this guy might be chewing on electrical cords in Starkville. pic.twitter.com/4VyIl5CRal— Kendall Rogers (@KendallRogersD1) June 11, 2016
Whoever shot the transformer in Starkville needs to run for mayor #NCAAStarkville— Brad Fortinberry (@bradf74) June 11, 2016
Live from Starkville pic.twitter.com/e1D70J9cD5— Justin Kaspar (@Ranger222) June 11, 2016
I must say, Cohen can be pretty unconventional with his coaching styles, but turning the power off is kinda over the top.— Daniel Black (@dblack97) June 11, 2016
Knew we shouldn't have outsourced the Dudy Noble electrical grid to Nashville.— Brandon Walker (@BWonStateBeat) June 11, 2016
because Louisiana is a booming epicenter of technological progress— FWtCT (@mstatesports) June 11, 2016
seems legit https://t.co/scCyjbM0Yg