At around 6 p.m., lightning struck near Baum Stadium, temporarily knocking out some of the lights behind home plate. Large pools of water collected in the stands behind home plate and in foul territory.
But the field dried quickly after the rain stopped and the tarp was removed. There were no noticeable puddles in the outfield or in foul territory once the game began.
Doing It Himself
Arkansas shortstop Scott Lyons tried to help his team break out of its hitting woes Tuesday night, but he could only do so much.
He recorded the Razorbacks' first two hits of the game, smacking a pair of singles up the middle in the bottom of the first and sixth innings.
But Arkansas' other batters struggled at the plate and were never able to drive him home.
Arkansas left fielder Collin Kuhn didn't let the stands get in his way of making a pair of impressive catches in foul territory.
Kuhn reached into the stands to snag a foul ball in the top of the second inning, and he repeated the feat in the seventh when ORU designated hitter Johnny Roberts hit a foul ball to nearly the same spot.
NO. 9 OLE MISS AT ARKANSAS
WHEN: 6:35 p.m. Thursday
WHERE: Baum Stadium, Fayetteville.
ON THE AIR: KFAY-AM 1030; KURM-AM 790, FM-100.3; KHGG AM-1580, FM-103.1; KXIO-FM 106.
RECORDS: Arkansas 32-17; Ole Miss 37-15
SERIES RECORD: Arkansas leads 33-24.
LAST MEETING: Arkansas won 12-4 in Oxford on April 27, 2008.