Mississippi State had not scored in 14 innings entering the bottom of the sixth inning in game two of a doubleheader against Arkansas on Saturday.
The Bulldog offense corrected that.
No. 16 MSU scored four times in the bottom of the sixth inning and went on to beat the Razorbacks 5-1 to split the twin bill at Dudy Noble Field.
"We needed to come and get that win, so yeah, a little bit of pressure," MSU senior outfielder Derrick Armstrong said. "We just fought until the end and got that win."
Armstrong had six total hits for the day, three in each game, to give the Bulldog offense a boost.
Entering Saturday's doubleheader, Armstrong had never had a three-hit game in his State career.
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