A starting pitcher, Colten Schmidt, who went 8.0 innings with just one run allowed. A double-squeeze bunt by Hunter Kasuls during a three-run eighth inning. A two-out, bases-loaded single from freshman Jonathan Windham to end it in the 10th.

UL had all that and more Wednesday night, and when combined it was enough for a 4-3 win over No. 13 LSU that when asked Ragin' Cajuns coach Tony Robichaux conceded could change the course of his now 5-7 club's season.