The Diamondbears brought the wood against Arkansas in Friday's weekend opener, 7-3, with Brady Bramlett fanning 12 Razorback batters in seven innings of work.
With two outs in the top of the eighth and Ole Miss up, 7-1, Arkansas first baseman Cullen Gassaway slapped a looper to deep center, where Kyle Watson's wall drill didn't work out so well:
That scored two Razorback runners to cut Ole Miss' lead to 7-3. As for Watson? Your dude just wants to keep working.
Before Saturday's swing game, Watson's death in centerfield is now the subject of a police investigation, as this fresh chalk outline makes clear:
Ready for game 2 against Arkansas with some pregame shenanigans! @kyle_watsonn #walldrill @NCAACWS @SECNetwork pic.twitter.com/9cZC1IDT9a— Errol Robinson (@errol_robinson6) April 9, 2016
You will be missed, Kyle Watson.