The Mississippi State Bulldogs won one of the wildest games of the NCAA Baseball Tournament so far on Sunday night, rallying from a 4-1 deficit in the bottom of the ninth inning to pull off a 5-4 victory over Auburn.

Now, the Bulldogs are riding high and will take on another SEC squad — Vanderbilt — on Tuesday in the winner’s bracket of their College World Series foursome.

On Monday morning, Mississippi State coach Chris Lemonis relived the wild victory during an appearance on SiriusXM radio:

“We had played the whole game and couldn’t get a big hit,” he said. “We had guys on (base) all day long. You just felt like it was a brand new ball game at that point (after Auburn’s error). It’s awful because Edouard Julien is one of the best players in our league and I think he hit the farthest home run in TD Ameritrade history in the second inning. He’s a great player and you hate to see that happen to great players on this stage. But in our world, we needed it. It was a jolt for us to get us back in the game. …

“We were just talking about putting the ball in play. Make them make plays. … Our mantra in the ninth was ‘Get it to the next guy.'”

Mississippi State and Vanderbilt will play on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Eastern time on ESPN.