For just the second time since the start of last season, IU baseball was swept over a weekend series. The University of Tennessee won all three games against IU.
IU, now 2-4, will look to get back to .500 with two midweek games at home before heading to Conway, South Carolina, for the Coastal Carolina Tournament.
Indiana Daily Student baseball beat reporters Stefan Krajisnik and Jared Rigdon discuss the team's recent struggles and look ahead to five games this week on the second episode of Baseline Banter.
0:35 — What went wrong last weekend?
4:35 — Potential benefits of early season struggles
7:50 — Rigdon's Relay - Three takeaways from the weekend
10:15 — Team's holes without junior outfielder Matt Gorski
17:10 — Idea of third paid assistant coach in college baseball
22:25 — Looking at upcoming midweek games
25:55 — Discussing Coastal Carolina Tournament
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