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SCS.comPREVIEW: COLUMBIA, MO & FAYETTEVILLE
May 31, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
A late season surge has given Missouri the opportunity to host at least one weekend of NCAA postseason play. The Tigers will be welcoming second-seeded Miami, on a roll themselves, as well as both Louisville and Kent State. That survivor will then take on the winner from Fayetteville next weekend. Arkansas, the top seed at home and the seventh overall national seed, will see Creighton, Oklahoma State, and Albany....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: TALLAHASSEE & MYRTLE BEACH
May 31, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
After spending much of the season ranked near the top of the polls, it was no surprise to see Florida State earn the #6 national seed and a home regional. The Seminoles will play host to another squad that had regional host hopes themselves in Mississippi State, as well as in-state foes Stetson and Bethune-Cookman. That bracket's winner will take on the winner from Myrtle Beach, where top-seeded Coastal Carolina is....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: WICHITA & ROUND ROCK
May 31, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Ranked as the number four national seed coming into regional play, the Texas Longhorns will host their weekend regional in neighboring Round Rock. Traveling to take on the 'Horns will be second-seeded UC Irvine and third-seeded Wake Forest, as well as Ivy League champ Brown. The winner of that bracket will take on the winner from Wichita next week. The Shockers, like all other hosts this spring, are the top seed....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: TEMPE & OXFORD
May 30, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Arizona State boasts one of the best hitting teams in the nation, and that is one reason they've earned a national seed and the right to host the Tempe Regional this weekend. Joining the Sun Devils out west will be UC Riverside, one of the country's more dangerous mid-majors, as well as both Nebraska and Monmouth from farther east. Meanwhile in Oxford, the hometown Rebels of Mississippi will welcome in-state foe....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: COLUMBIA, SC & CHAPEL HILL
May 30, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Border rivals South Carolina and North Carolina are once again at home for Regional play this spring, and it would shock few if the two ended up going head-to-head in Super Regional activity a week from now. First, though, they'll have to get past their Regional fields, which will be no easy task. USC will welcome in the ACC's NC State as the two seed, as well as Charlotte and Wofford. UNC, meanwhile, will play host to a pair....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: HOUSTON & COLLEGE STATION
May 30, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
There's nothing new about Rice playing postseason baseball at home, and an all Texas field in the Houston Regional isn't all that shocking either. The top-seeded Owls, the second overall national seed in this year's tournament, will welcome in TCU, Baylor, and Prairie View this week. The Frogs are fresh off a conference championship in the Mountain West this season, as is Prairie View in the SWAC. Baylor, meanwhile....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: NASHVILLE & CHARLOTTESVILLE
May 29, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
The Nashville Regional is headlined by the top-seeded team in this year's bracket, the homestanding Vanderbilt Commodores. Joining the SEC regular season and tournament champs in Nashville will be in-state foes Memphis and Austin Peay, as well as second-seeded Michigan. The winner of the Nashville bracket will take on the survivor from Charlottesville. That regional, hosted by Virginia, includes defending national....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: LONG BEACH & SAN DIEGO
May 29, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
After a stellar 43-win regular season, San Diego was awarded a top eight national seed and will host this week's regional play across town at San Diego State's Tony Gwynn Stadium. Perennial power Cal State-Fullerton will play as the two seed, while Minnesota and Fresno State come in as the three and four, respectively. Matched up with the San Diego regional is the Long Beach regional, featuring host team Long Beach State....[MORE]

SCS.comFINAL SCS.COM REGIONAL PROJECTIONS
May 28, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
After the last of the college baseball conference tournaments wrapped up Sunday evening, there's just enough time for one final look at the SCS.com NCAA Regional Projections before the official selection announcement late Monday morning. Few changes have resulted since yesterday's activity, the biggest one being the addition of Wichita State as a regional host. Consequently, we've plugged Louisiana-Lafayette....[MORE]

SCS.comON LOCATION AT THE SEC TOURNEY: DAY 5
May 28, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
After losing their first game of the SEC Tournament to Tennessee, #1 Vanderbilt has won 5 straight games to win their first SEC Tourney since 1980. In this game, Vandy opened the first inning with 4 runs and never looked back. The Commodores received a decent start from Tyler Rhoden, who limited the Hogs to 4 runs over 6.2 innings. Every starter except for one recorded a hit in the game, with Ryan Flaherty....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM REGIONAL PROJECTIONS - MAY 27
May 27, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
By the time these projections go up, the host sites will have been announced. Maybe one of the sites could be a surprise, but from the looks of it, these 16 are the ones who’ll be hosting some postseason baseball starting Friday. What I said Tuesday was true and then some. These projections are going to look a lot different than those just less than a week ago. With a number of upsets in the conference tourneys....[MORE]

SCS.comON LOCATION AT THE SEC TOURNEY: DAY 4
May 27, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
Saturday's action in the 2007 SEC Tournament set the stage for Sunday's championship game between regular season SEC West champ Arkansas and regular SEC East champ Vanderbilt. The Razorbacks took on South Carolina in game one of the day, easing past the Gamecocks by one run and avoiding a second matchup with USC in the process. Game two of the day was no real contest, as Vandy jumped out on Mississippi....[MORE]

SCS.comON LOCATION AT THE SEC TOURNEY: DAY 3
May 26, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
After two full days of action that went from about 10 in the morning to midnight, Friday was a light day of activity at the 2007 SEC Baseball Tournament in Hoover, Alabama. SCS.com is on location at the event, which saw South Carolina and Vanderbilt survive elimination games and advance to Saturday's action. Florida and Tennessee were sent home, the Gators for good thanks to their now losing record. The Vols....[MORE]

SCS.comON LOCATION AT THE SEC TOURNEY: DAY 2
May 25, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
SEC West rivals Arkansas and Mississippi were the biggers at the SEC Tournament on day two. Both won their second game in as many days and have now earned a day off in Hoover while four of their fellow conference members - Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt - try to battle their way out of the losers' bracket. Alabama and Mississippi State, meanwhile, became the first two teams to bow out....[MORE]

SCS.comON LOCATION AT THE SEC TOURNEY: DAY 1
May 24, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
SCS.com is on site in Hoover, Alabama for the 2007 SEC Tournament, taking place at Regions Park. Day one was a long one at the ballyard, as two of the favorites picked up victories - one in 12 innings - while two underdogs also picked up opening round victories. Among the day's upsets was top-ranked Vanderbilt falling to in-state rival Tennessee by a score of 6-4. Elsewhere, fifth seeded Mississippi took down rival....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM REGIONAL PROJECTIONS - MAY 22
May 22, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Selection Monday is less than a week away, and that means for 20-plus conferences, it’s conference tournament time, and for a few others, automatic bids are going to be decided. The majority of the spots and seeds are filled, but there are a few spots yet to be determined, and the destinations are far from certain at this point. Some teams may play their way into the field, or to a more favorable seeding, while some....[MORE]

SCS.comWHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS FINAL WEEKEND
May 17, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
The last weekend of the regular season sees many teams wondering if they will make it to their conference or NCAA tournaments. Some teams will pack up their lockers, while others will play to make it to Omaha. In the upcoming weekend, many top tier matchups take place in the Big 12, SEC, ACC, and Pac 10. This week we take a look at in-state rivals #4 Texas and #10 Texas A&M squaring off in College Station, Mississippi....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM REGIONAL PROJECTIONS - MAY 16
May 16, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
These brackets look just a little different than the ones from two weeks ago. A lot of changes have taken place since (some detailed in last week’s projection-less Bracketology column). This past weekend meant a few more shakeups in the field. With this being the last week of the regular season for many conferences, more shakeups are to come, but the field (at least in its participants) is beginning to solidify....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING ANOTHER NCAA WEEKEND
May 11, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
In the upcoming weekend of college baseball, many teams play in what could be a make or break type of weekend. As the conference tournaments get closer, teams need to bring their "A" game to the ballpark this weekend. This week, we take a look at premier matchups in the SEC, ACC, Pac-10, and Big West. Included in this week’s preview is #8 South Carolina traveling to Tennessee, Clemson playing in Tallahassee....[MORE]

SCS.comBRACKETOLOGY: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
May 9, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
This week, Bracketology comes without projections. Several teams played little, or not at all, last week, so for the sake of evaluating evenly, I’ll be resuming them next week. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to cover. Firstly, I’ll address some issues from last week’s projections. Some of you may wonder what factors I take into consideration when I project my field. I not only look at what a certain team has done....[MORE]

SCS.comCOLLEGE BASEBALL WEEKEND OUTLOOK
May 4, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
As the chase towards conference titles begins to heat up, so does the importance of crucial matchups this weekend. Big games in the Big 12, SEC, and Conference USA take place in the next few days, and each series ought to be close to the finish. This upcoming weekend, we take a look at pivotal series including Missouri at #4 Texas, Nebraska hosting Coastal Carolina, Kentucky at #9 South Carolina, #14 Mississippi at....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM REGIONAL PROJECTIONS - MAY 3
May 3, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
This week’s bracket analysis is a little shorter than last week’s, but for good reason. It’s finally time to reveal the first bracket projections of the season. There are some changes in the field from last week to this week. Kansas State, LSU, and Tulane all dropped out of the field, for now. The Wildcats did beat Wichita State in the midweek, but won only one of three against Nebraska on the weekend. They’ve got the right RPI....[MORE]

SCS.com2007 NFL DRAFT WINNERS AND LOSERS
May 2, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
Now that the NFL Draft is over, the madness that is grading each team’s draft can begin. Every expert will be throwing in their two cents, saying which teams were winners and which were losers; which teams drafted the pieces necessary to make a playoff push and which teams dropped the ball. Here’s my question though: why does it always have to be about the teams? If you ask me, the players are winners and losers....[MORE]

SCS.comOFFENSE VS SAFETY: ALUMINUM BATS
May 1, 2007
By Ryan, SCS.com Staff Writer
Ping, it is the sound of an aluminum bat and a sound that goes hand and hand with high school as well as college baseball. The aluminum bat has several advantages offensively for the sport. However with those advantages also come a disadvantage for pitchers. An increasing number of pitchers are getting injured, or worse, due to the strong recoil of the ball off of an aluminum bat. Should there be a change....[MORE]

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