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SCS.comDID THE COMMITTEE DROP THE BALL?
May 30, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
The 2006 college baseball selection committee has drawn a good deal of criticism, and the field is still less than 48 hours old. Powerhouses were left out, teams from the power conferences were let in as four seeds, and one squad was rewarded as the one seed in one of the most intimidating parks in America. I am going to share a few gripes that I have about this field and the overall lack of thought that I think was put into the....[MORE]

SCS.comREGIONAL PROJECTION #6
May 24, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
The conference tournaments have begun, and the stage is about to be set for one of the most exciting times of year in college athletics. NCAA baseball does not get the publicity that other sports such as basketball or football do, but it is certainly just as exciting. In college baseball, teams are rewarded for good play with the unqiue opportunity to host postseason tournaments, something no other major college sport can claim....[MORE]

SCS.comBUBBLE-BOUND TEAMS HOPING FOR CHANCE
May 23, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
As children, itís fun to play with bubbles. But as children grow up and become college baseball players hoping for NCAA Tournament berths, playing with bubbles is about the last thing they want to do. Thereís less than a week to go until this spring's regional selections are made next Monday, and that means some bubbles are going to be bursting all around the country while others will slide their way into the '06 regional....[MORE]

SCS.comSLEEPING IN THEIR OWN BED
May 22, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
While a plethora of teams are fighting just for the chance to play postseason baseball this spring, a select few are battling it out to see who has the opportunity to play postseason ball on their home field. This year more than most, it seems as if the hosting squads are pretty clear-cut, but a number of the spots are certainly still up for grabs. And why is this a big deal? Well not only do you get to sleep in your own bed each....[MORE]

SCS.comBREAKING DOWN THE BIG LEAGUES
May 19, 2006
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
All of the colleges have held their spring games now, and spring practices are giving way to the heat of summer and two-a-days. I will cover all the major conferences in this article and give a short rundown on what to expect knowing what we know from spring practices. At the end I will give a quick rundown of how I think the conferences stack up to each other right now, but of course everything will change when summer....[MORE]

SCS.comREGIONAL PROJECTION #5
May 18, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
This is the final week of the regular season, and championships are still to be decided. This weekend is what college baseball is about, while next week the major conference tournaments start and the field of 64 will be decided. This season has almost come and gone, so fans should get out and support their team for the final weekend. Many teams have set the woods on fire this year while others have fizzled, but....[MORE]

SCS.comON THE DIAMOND: THE WEEKEND AHEAD
May 18, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
With many of the conference tournaments around the country beginning sometime next week, many leagues are revving up their final weekend of activity a day early, beginning the usual three-game series on an usual Thursday night. And while several conference races have already been decided, there are a number that are still up for grabs. Also still up in the air is NCAA positioning. Depending on which team you're a fan of....[MORE]

SCS.comWHO'S STEPPING IN, WHO'S STEPPING OUT?
May 17, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The 2006 college baseball season is getting down to the wire, and some coaches at top programs are feeling the heat. At the same time, there are some young, talented head coaches who are putting themselves in positions to move on up. It's likely that a number of coaching positions will become vacant, so with that in mind, I'll take a look at which ones are most likely to open up and who the best candidates are to step in....[MORE]

SCS.comON THE DIAMOND: THE WEEKEND AHEAD
May 12, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Exams are over, and after a couple of relatively slow weekends across the country, the action heats back up this weekend as the conference races near their completion. The ACC overall and divisional titles are both on the line when North Carolina trips to Virginia and Clemson plays host to Florida State. Conference USA's regular season champion is likely to be decided this weekend when cross-town rivals Houston and Rice....[MORE]

SCS.comA COACHING CAROUSEL WITH 50+ HORSES
May 11, 2006
By Cortney, SCS.com Staff Writer
Over fifty head coaching changes have occurred during this offseason in NCAA Division I hoops. That means that some fifteen percent of teams will be under new leadership when officially opening practice next October. While fifty-plus stories cannot be told in this space, there are a few jobs that will be watched with intense scrutiny and/or extreme curiosity as we head into the summer and approach the 2006-2007 season....[MORE]

SCS.comAND DOWN THE STRETCH THEY COME!
May 10, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Itís crunch time, and a number of conference races all around the country are as tight as can be. Some of them are compelling, not just for the title hunt, but for spots in the various conference tournaments as well. Hereís a look at some of the races from the larger conferences, as well as how some of the more interesting (or confusing) races from a few of the other, lesser-known leagues around the country are shaping up....[MORE]

SCS.comREGIONAL PROJECTION #4
May 9, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
Two weeks now remain in the college baseball regular season, and things are heating up around the country. Nebraska appeared to be the team to beat, but a trip to Stillwater has the Huskers appearing a bit more vulnerable. The Rice Owls have been right there all year long and are back at the top of most rankings. Alabama looked as if the SEC was their playground until traveling to the Ozarks and coming back 0-3 on....[MORE]

SCS.comCOLLEGE STARS TESTING NBA WATERS
May 9, 2006
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Every year it happens. All the analysts and experts discuss their top 25 for next season without knowing who's staying on campus and who'll be back next fall. Then, a few days after they release their predictions, unexpected players go pro, and their team's chances for next season take a hit. This year was no different. Right after Florida's national championship, everyone pegged the Gators and North Carolina as the favorites....[MORE]

SCS.comON THE DIAMOND: THE WEEKEND AHEAD
May 5, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
It's exam time all across the country, which brings stress, perhaps relief, and a always a lighter-than-usual schedule on the college diamond. This year - and this week - are no different as a number of top teams have scheduled lesser competition for the weekend's activity, or in some cases taken the weekend off entirely. But that doesn't mean there aren't a number of big series on tap for the next few days. Conference....[MORE]

SCS.comREGIONAL PROJECTION #3
May 3, 2006
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
It's that time of year again! The national seeds are molding into shape, and the contenders are being separated from the pretenders. Nebraska has established itself as the team to beat for the last several weeks now. Alabama is now the front-runner in the SEC, while Rice and Cal State-Fullerton are lurking for their chance to be a force in Omaha. Texas is also lingering and will likely be Omaha bound....[MORE]

SCS.comNATION'S TOP ROOKIES LEADING THEIR TEAMS
May 2, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Every season, there are a select few freshmen from around the country who seem to make the transition from high school to college with relative ease and therefore make big contributions to their teams in their first year on campus. Many of these guys are a large part of the reason that their squad is doing as well as they are this season, and consequently, a great deal of these rookies are up for national honors and awards this....[MORE]

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