game just started... the ULL faithful have waited 11 years for this game to finally materialize, and it's a sell-out: as of 2:55 p.m., on Tuesday, Feb. 19 all individual game tickets had been sold (ball park has a capacity of 3,755) LSU and ULL have split the last four games, and this is the first LSU trip to Lafayette since 2002 when the Cajuns rolled to a 7-0 win to sweep the regular-season series. Coach Maineri: "We're really looking forward to it," Mainieri said. "We know they love their Ragin' Cajuns, and we know they love college baseball, too. I’m sure it’s going to be a raucous crowd, and I’m not sure there’s a lot of people who have a deep love for LSU over in Lafayette.” “It’ll be a very emotional game, and everyone will be fired up,” he said. “I’m sure it’s going to be a great environment. That’ll present its own challenge, but I’m looking forward to throwing our team into that environment and seeing how they handle it.” "It's going to be hugely important for [LSU sophomore LHP Cody Glenn] to get us off to a good start," Mainieri said. "When you go into an environment like that, the last thing you want to do is dig yourself a hole. So hopefully he'll go out there and pump a lot of strikes." ULL Coach Robichaux: “There is a difference between just a ‘fan’ and a Ragin’ Cajuns fan,” Robichaux added. “It’s the Ragin’ Cajuns fans that create the atmosphere at our ballpark. It’s an experience unequaled by many schools across the country” On the LSU-ULL midweek game: "It's always so much bigger to our fans," Robichaux said. "For the coaches, it's a mid-week game. It's a big deal to fans because LSU hasn't been here in a while.