Nebraska Baseball vs Ohio State Gallery - Tough Loss In Photos

Nebraska loses 3-2 to Ohio State in the 2013 Big Ten Baseball Tournament. The Huskers tied the game in the top of the ninth only to lose it on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the frame.

What an incredibly disappointing loss.

Nebraska played as well as they could, rallying to tie the game in the top of the ninth only to see it lost on a bases-loaded walk.

There are good things to take away from this one. Aaron Bummer has established himself as a capable starter. In todays' game he went seven innings, giving up two runs on four hits while striking out five.

The Huskers battled back against a pretty decent Buckeye squad. The tying run came on a two-out single by Bryan Peters after Austin Darby earned a walk. Ty Kildow came in to pinch run, then stole second. Peters got his second hit of the game, Kildow came around to score and was greeted by the rally elephant after scoring.

Ohio State lead off the bottom of the ninth with a single. A sacrifice bunt moved them into scoring position. Dylan Vogt intentionally walked the next batter to set up the double play, then walked the next two batters, the last one in for the winning run.

Nebraska falls into the loser's bracket, and will play the winner of tomorrow's game at 12:05 pm between Illinois and Minnesota. The Huskers play at 3:35 pm.

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