Baton Rouge, La. - LSU survived the NCAA Regionals without pitcher Cody Glenn but the team is happy to have him back for the Super Regionals.
The sophomore from Houston issued what coach Paul Mainieri called a "sincere apology" to the team on Monday and they unanimously voted that he be returned to the active roster.
It is unclear if and when Glenn will start this weekend but the Texan made it clear that he has learned from his mistake "I'm extremely grateful for this opportunity, something I'll never take for granted again. I just want to thank the coaches and my teammates for allowing me back. I'm still going to go out there and have the same approach I've always had and hopefully be able to get the job done for my team."
Sophomore ace Aaron Nola is scheduled to start Friday against Oklahoma ace Jonathan Gray.
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