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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Aaron Nola
Kentucky's A.J. Reed is the Southeastern Conference baseball player of the year.
LSU used consistent offensive production and another great outing by ace Aaron Nola to beat Arkansas 7-2 on Thursday night in the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Now more than ever, the key to success in the Southeastern Conference is pitching.
"It's pretty much all focus for me," Nola said. "Every time I'm on the mound I have to get my mind right. I start making mistakes when I lose concentration. When runners get in scoring position, I try to slow things down."
"You have to come ready to play each day because the SEC is not a joke," Louisiana State ace pitcher Aaron Nola said. "Every player is one of the best. You cannot underestimate any player that steps on the field."