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SCS.comON THE DIAMOND: THE WEEKEND AHEAD
April 27, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
It's a rather slow weekend in the world of college baseball, perhaps the calm before the storm. We're just a few short weeks away from the end to the 2006 regular season. And though a number of the nation's highest rated teams have what appear to be winnable series this weekend, there are still a number of crucial showdowns across the nation. Two of the SEC East's top three teams will do battle when Vanderbilt plays host....[MORE]

SCS.comREGIONAL PROJECTION #2
April 26, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
Much has changed, though some has stayed the same, since the last time we looked at a projection of this summer's NCAA baseball regional field. With the month of May just a few days away and only a few weeks of conference play remaining before the start of the league tournaments, it's time to take another look at who's on pace to be among the field of sixty-four in 2006. In addition to projecting the entire bracket, we also....[MORE]

SCS.comPLAYER OF THE YEAR WATCHLIST
April 25, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Many people around the nation consider the race for Player of the Year honors to be cut and dried, in favor of North Carolinaís flame-firing southpaw, Andrew Miller. However, outside of Tar Heel junior, there are several guys who are more than worthy of consideration for the various awards given out at season's end. Some of these guys many of us know about, some of them we donít. Others could climb higher....[MORE]

SCS.comON THE DIAMOND: THE WEEKEND AHEAD
April 21, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Like a thoroughbred at the Kentucky Derby, we're turning the corner and heading down the stretch run of the 2006 college baseball season. Most conferences are at or just past the midway portion of the league schedule and have about a month or so remaining before tournament play heats up. With that in mind, it's going to feel like postseason baseball in places like Austin, Chapel Hill, and Tallahassee this weeekend. Each of those....[MORE]

SCS.comSPRING GAMES AND TAILGATING
April 20, 2006
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
If you live in a college football town like I do, you have probably started smelling the grills firing up and seeing the fans rolling into town. It is spring game season, and this time of year is a great one for college football fans. The previous season is all but forgotten over winter, and every team has a fresh start. New players take the field for the first time, and spring games are a great way to see the future of your football team....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE SEC THUS FAR
April 20, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
It is mid-April, and the SEC season is at its midway point. With fifteen games gone and fifteen more to go, this SEC season has been exciting, but a lot more excitement is yet to come. Some of preseason favorites have fallen on their faces, while others treaded water so they can make a second half run. The Cinderella stories are also in the SEC mix at the halfway mark, and we have already drawn over one million fans....[MORE]

SCS.comMID-MAJOR BREAKDOWN, PART II OF II
April 19, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Last week, I profiled six of the top mid-majors from across the country. Continuing with that same theme his week, I will profile six more Ďlittle guysí who have had successful seasons thus far and hope to be among the field of 64 when that is announced just about six weeks from now. Among those mentioned are Lamar, Louisiana Tech, Elon, Jacksonville, Liberty, and San Francisco. Each of those squads is having a great season....[MORE]

SCS.comON THE DIAMOND: THE WEEKEND AHEAD
April 13, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Temperatures are warming up all across the country, so it's no surprise the action on the college diamond is heating up as well. Ironically enough, this weekend's biggest showdown will take place in the Sunshine State. Miami and Florida State are set to do battle in Tallahassee over the Easter weekend, and that isn't the only huge ACC battle we'll see over the holiday. Red-hot Clemson will visit Georgia Tech in another....[MORE]

SCS.comFROM NOBODY TO SOMEBODY
April 12, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
In college baseball you always hear about powerhouses like LSU, Texas, Cal State-Fullerton, and Rice, just to name a few. All of these schools have won a national championship and are habitually in the postseason. But what about the teams who sometimes sneak in postseason that are not in big-time conferences and lack impressive resumes? Often these teams can make some noise in the Regionals and Super Regionals. I think....[MORE]

SCS.comMID-MAJOR BREAKDOWN: PART I OF II
April 11, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
There are many very good teams outside of the big conferences that have a chance to do some damage come June. Part I of this two-part article gives an in-depth look at the best of the "mid-majors" and just how much of a chance they have to trouble the big boys come time for Regionals play. All of these guys should earn at-large berths when this year's sixty-four team NCAA field is announced in less than two months....[MORE]

SCS.comON THE DIAMOND: THE WEEKEND AHEAD
April 7, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Every weekend is huge in the SEC, and this one is certainly no different. All six series are intriguing, but Alabama's trip to South Carolina, a matchup of two teams ranked among the top fifteen in all of America, looks to be the best of the bunch. Carolina is coming off two straight sweeps, while the Tide took two of three from previous-number one Mississippi State last weekend. Arkansas's trip to Vanderbilt will also be interesting to....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE ROAD TO OMAHA: PART II OF II
April 6, 2006
By Brandon, SCS.com Guest Writer
Another week of baseball has passed, and there were quite a few surprises and not-so-surprises. Letís start with a very quick recap of how the four predictions for Omaha from last week fared since we last met. Cal State-Fullerton opened Big West play this past weekend, sweeping Cal State-Northridge in the friendly confines of Blair Field. The Titans struggled in the first game but won the contest 2-1. After that, the floodgates....[MORE]

SCS.comA LOOK INTO THE POSTSEASON
April 5, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
It is never too early to start talking about the NCAA Tournament. The Tournament is always the ping of spring as the 64 best teams get together to determine who will go to Omaha and take home the College World Series title. The format that has been utilized since 1999 is one of the best tournament forms ever implemented in any sport at any level. The classic double-elimination format is played in the NCAA Regionals and....[MORE]

SCS.comSURPRISE, SURPRISE!
April 4, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Guest Writer
Predictions and projections are one of the most fun parts of sports, whether you are a casual fan, a fanatic, or a journalist. We'd all like to end up right when it's all said and done, but predictions are always a hit-or-miss thing. Some will be right, some won't, and then sometimes things can happen that no one could have possibly figured. And as we reach the halfway point of baseball season, itís time to take a look at some....[MORE]

SCS.comGATORS, BRUINS TOP FINAL HOOPS FAB 15
April 4, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor & Staff
Fresh off of a championship game win over UCLA on Monday night, the Florida Gators top the SCS.com Postseason Fab 15, while the Bruins come in at number two. LSU, Connecticut, and Villanova round out the top five. George Mason, who was not ranked all season long, finishes at number ten. Four other teams - Washington, Georgetown, West Virginia, and Bradley - made their way into the Fab 15 thanks to their....[MORE]

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