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SCS.comPREVIEW: FULLERTON & PALO ALTO
May 30, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
New coach, same results. Cal State Fullerton has had an excellent season under former player and assistant Dave Serrano, who has led them to the #5 national seed after taking Big West rival UC Irvine to the College World Series last spring. The Titans will have a fight on their hands, as talent-
laden UCLA and Virginia teams have their eyes on putting it all together at the right time and making a run to glory. The winner of their....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: TALLAHASSEE & STILLWATER
May 29, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Florida State and Oklahoma State are programs with rich traditions on the baseball diamonds. However, both teams haven't been to the College World Series in quite a while, as the Seminoles haven't made the trip to Omaha since 2000, while the Cowboys haven't been there since 1999. The Seminoles have an excellent chance of getting back this year, as they're the #4 national seed. However, Oklahoma State is locked and....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: HOUSTON & COLLEGE STATION
May 29, 2008
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
College baseball powerhouse Rice is once again a national seed (#6), and therefore will host up to the Super Regionals if they win the Houston Regional at Reckling Park this weekend. Unfortunately for them, the selection committee also put the red hot Texas Longhorns in the Houston Regional as the 2 seed. With archrivals Rice and Texas both playing at Recking Park this weekend, there is sure to be exciting and....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: TEMPE & LONG BEACH
May 28, 2008
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
Arizona State has been to Omaha 20 times, but last won the national championship in 1981. This year the Sun Devils are the #3 national seed and will host at Packard Stadium in Tempe. In the Tempe regional, Vanderbilt travels from Nashville as the 2 seed and will play Oklahoma, the 3 seed. Stony Brook, the 4 seed, will have the difficult task of playing #3 national seed Arizona State. The regional paired with Tempe....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: ATHENS & RALEIGH
May 28, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The regionals taking place this weekend in Athens, Georgia and Raleigh, North Carolina will both feature some interesting storylines. The #8 national seed Georgia Bulldogs will play host to their archrivals, one of last year's surprise College World Series teams, and an NCAA tournament first-timer. Meanwhile, in Raleigh, North Carolina State picked a fine time to host its first regional at its home stadium, as their head coach....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: CORAL GABLES & ANN ARBOR
May 27, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Last season was an off-year for Miami, as the Hurricanes made an early exit from the postseason. Apparently, that early exit must've fired them up, as Miami is the #1 overall seed in this year's NCAA tournament. The Hurricanes will be tested by Missouri, Mississippi, and Bethune-Cookman in their regional, and if they can make it through, will face the winner of the Ann Arbor regional being hosted by the Big Ten champion....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: BATON ROUGE & LINCOLN
May 27, 2008
By Jason, SCS.com Staff Writer
This part of the NCAA Tournament bracket sees two teams that have virtually swapped places during the last month of the season. National #7 seed LSU has been white hot, while Nebraska has cooled off to lose a potential national seed. Of course, there are six teams that have something to say before the two top seeds move on to a Super Regional next weekend. UC-Irvine made the trip to Omaha last season, which....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: CARY & CONWAY
May 26, 2008
By Jason, SCS.com Staff Writer
The #2 overall seed North Carolina Tar Heels and the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers headline this section of the Division I NCAA Baseball Tournament. The Tar Heels are hosting UNC-Wilmington, Elon, and Mount St. Mary’s in Cary, North Carolina, while the Chanticleers are hosting East Carolina, Alabama, and Columbia in Conway, South Carolina. The Carolinas have seen their fair share of regionals in past years....[MORE]

SCS.comBREAKING DOWN THE NCAA BASEBALL FIELD
May 22, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The NCAA regionals begin in a little over a week, and if there's any time to nail down a place in the field, it's now. Four teams have done it already, and we know who many others will be, but there are a few who need to make the most of this week, whether it's in their conference tournament or their final regular-season games, to make sure that their summer doesn't start too early. So, here's how I think the field shakes out at....[MORE]

SCS.comA LOOK INSIDE THE TOP LEAGUE TOURNEYS
May 21, 2008
By Jason, SCS.com Staff Writer
It is that time of year again for college baseball fans. The conference tournaments can make you or break you, upsets occur, and good baseball is played. Teams will be playing for 64 spots just like the basketball tournament; however, those that get hot in a four/five day stretch can knock someone out that has won the conference regular season title. Of course, there are the teams that have already locked in bids....[MORE]

SCS.comSEC NOTEBOOK: PREVIEWING THE TOURNEY
May 20, 2008
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
After ten weeks of conference play, the SEC Tournament is finally here. Starting on Wednesday in Hoover, Alabama, eight teams - Georgia, LSU, Florida, Kentucky, Alabama, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, and Mississippi - will all play in the five day double-elimination tournament to try to win an SEC Championship. Opening round matchups will see Georgia take on Mississippi, LSU battle South Carolina, Florida face Vanderbilt....[MORE]

SCS.comUNC-MIAMI SERIES LEADS FINAL WEEKEND
May 15, 2008
By Jason, SCS.com Staff Writer
Two teams potentially battling for the top spot in the ACC face off this weekend in Miami. The #2 North Carolina Tar Heels hit the road for the final time in the regular season to duel with the #1 Miami Hurricanes. Both teams are almost assured of the precious national seed in the NCAA Tournament. They will most likely do battle again next week in Jacksonville during the ACC Tournament; however, both teams want to make....[MORE]

SCS.comSEC NOTEBOOK: WHERE THEY STAND
May 15, 2008
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
With only one weekend left in the regular season, Hoover is only a week away with the NCAA Tournament starting in two weeks. The SEC at this point in the year has up to eight or nine teams that could make the NCAA postseason with half of them having the potential to host regionals. We’ll take a look at each how each SEC team in the postseason chase has fared so far this year along with their prospects for the postseason....[MORE]

SCS.comBREAKING DOWN THE NCAA BASEBALL FIELD
May 14, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The NCAA regionals are only a few weeks away, and many teams are scrambling for position, may it be trying to lock into a national seed, looking to grab a home regional, bettering their current seeding, securing their place in the field, or simply trying to play themselves into contention for a spot in the field of 64. I'll be releasing my regional projections later this week, but for now, here's how I think the field shakes out....[MORE]

SCS.comSPRING FOOTBALL: EARLY HEISMAN FAVORITES
May 13, 2008
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
Only one player has managed to win the Heisman twice. Ohio State great Archie Griffin, who won the award in 1974 and 1975, could possibly have company by the end of this college football season. Tim Tebow won the award last year as a sophomore, a first in Heisman history. He threw 32 touchdowns and ran for 23. No player, before Tebow, has ever thrown 20 touchdowns and ran for 20 touchdowns. He seems like the logical....[MORE]

SCS.comA&M-NEBRASKA THE WEEKEND'S TOP MATCHUP
May 9, 2008
By Jason, SCS.com Staff Writer
Two teams battling for the top spot in the Big XII face off this weekend in Lincoln, Nebraska as #4 Texas A&M takes on #8 Nebraska. Both teams are ranked in the top 10 of the Fab 15, have aspirations of hosting regionals, and taking the top spot in the conference. This series could go along way to determining if one or both of these teams snag a national seed, which could have Super Regional hosting possibilities. Finals are....[MORE]

SCS.comSEC NOTEBOOK: BUILDING YOUR RESUME
May 7, 2008
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
Two weeks remain in SEC play and with that, some teams appear to be locks for the NCAA Tournament while others see themselves on the postseason bubble. As of today, the teams that would appear to have done enough to be seeded for the NCAA postseason tourney would be Georgia, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Florida, and LSU. On the other hand, Mississippi, Kentucky, Arkansas, Alabama, and Tennessee will....[MORE]

SCS.comTIGERS BACK ON THE PROWL IN THE SEC
May 6, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
We should've known it wouldn't take all that long, but look who's making big noise again? Paul Mainieri's LSU Tigers have jumped to the top of the SEC West with only two weeks remaining by sweeping their last two conference series, and have their eyes set on a return to the postseason after being absent in 2006 and 2007. The Tigers (32-16-1, 12-11-1 SEC) are a half-game up on Mississippi (31-19, 12-12) and Alabama....[MORE]

SCS.comWEEKEND PREVIEW HIGHLIGHTS VU-UT SERIES
May 2, 2008
By Jason, SCS.com Staff Writer
Two teams projected to be participants in the SEC Tournament meet this weekend in Knoxville as the #20 Vanderbilt Commodores take on the Tennessee Volunteers. Projected is the key word because both teams could make the field in Hoover but both could miss the field as well. It has been a weird year in the SEC, so anything is possible with these two teams. Expect big crowds in a series that will go a long way in determining....[MORE]

SCS.comCONFERENCE RACES HEATING UP
May 1, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The first two months of the college baseball season have flown by, and there are only a few weeks left before conference tournaments, and just a month until the NCAA regionals get underway. So it's time to take a look at some of the conference races in the major conferences and around the region to see who's likely to come out on top and claim a league championship this spring. We'll take a look at each of the major....[MORE]

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