By Glenn Tanner - May 23, 2007

Miami and Clemson head to the 10th tied 3-3.

Miami brought on closer Danny Gil to start the ninth, but he walked leadoff man Brad Chalk. The Tigers bunted Chalk to second, and Gil issued an intentional walk to set up a double play. Ben Paulsen hit a hard bouncer to second that took a wicked hop, but Jemile Weeks not only gloved it, but he also turned the double play.

Clemson starting pitcher Daniel Moskos left in the eighth, and Stephen Clyne is still on. Moskos went 7.2 innings, allowed 8 hits and 3 earned, walked one, and fanned two.

Posted by Glenn Tanner at 07:55 PM on May 23, 2007

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