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SCS.comTHE GREAT LEAP FORWARD
June 28, 2006
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
What do Ohio State, Wichita State, Texas A&M, Memphis, and Georgetown have in common? How about Tennessee, Bradley, George Mason, Indiana, and Northwestern State? Still thinking...? Well, here's the answer: each of those ten teams won a game in the 2006 NCAA Tournament without making the field of 65 the season before. To take it a step further, five of those teams (Ohio State, Bradley, Tennessee, George Mason....[MORE]

SCS.comCHAMPION BEAVERS TOP FINAL FAB 15
June 27, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor & Staff
College World Series champ Oregon State tops the final edition of the 2006 SCS.com Fab 15, while Omaha runner-up North Carolina comes in at number two. The Beavers were ranked eleventh in the final regular season poll, while UNC sat at number five. That pair is followed by fellow CWS participants Rice, Cal State-Fullerton, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Miami, and Georgia. SEC squads Alabama and Mississippi round out the top....[MORE]

SCS.comPOSTSEASON AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED
June 25, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor & Staff
The SouthernCollegeSports.com staff put its collective head together over the past few weeks and is now ready to reveal its postseason honors for the 2006 college baseball season. The staff has released its Postseaon All-America Team, as well as its choices for national player, coach, and freshman of the year honors. Vanderbilt's Pedro Alvarez was named the country's freshman of the year, while James Madison's....[MORE]

SCS.comCOLLEGE WORLD SERIES PREVIEW: BRACKET 1
June 16, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The top half of the 2006 CWS bracket is almost like a mini-ACC Tournament, as it features #1 national seed Clemson, #8 Georgia Tech, and ACC Coastal Division regular season champion North Carolina, who knocked out #4 national seed Alabama last weekend in Tuscaloosa to advance to Omaha. Five seed and 2004 national champion Cal State-Fullerton returns to Omaha after missing out last year and....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE BEST OF THE BEST
June 16, 2006
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
I decided since nothing major is happening in this break between spring games and late summer practices leading up to the 2006 season, it is time for a "fun" article. What better way to cause debate and fill the time than ranking current college football coaches and stadiums. Here are the ten best of each, and a short explanation on why they're ranked how they are. First things first, the honorable mentions: Georgia's Sanford....[MORE]

SCS.comCOLLEGE WORLD SERIES PREVIEW: BRACKET 2
June 14, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
One has to admit that the bottom half of this summer's CWS bracket looks a bit less exciting than the top half. While the latter boasts three ACC powers in Clemson, Georgia Tech, and North Carolina as well as national powerhouse Cal State-Fullerton, the former seems just a bit less attractive, at least at first glance. National number two seed Rice is the class of the bracket, while seventh-seed Georgia has been one of the hottest....[MORE]

SCS.comSUMMER HOOPS AND HORSESHOES
June 9, 2006
By Cortney, SCS.com Staff Writer
In the sports world, the approach of mid-June means the Belmont Stakes, NBA Finals and Draft, golf and tennis majors, MLB in full swing, and the NFL pre-preseason. College basketball ranks pretty far down the list for most folks. But, you and I are not most folks. If you are reading this, you actually are thinking about the upcoming college basketball season (just 18 weeks until midnight madness). So, this piece is a....[MORE]

SCS.comSUPER REGIONAL PREVIEW: PART II
June 8, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Only sixteen teams in the entire country are still playing Division I baseball, and they'll all hit the field this weekend with a trip to Omaha and the College World Series on the line. Part II of our preview series includes a look at top-ranked Clemson's matchup with Oral Roberts. Also included are previews of College of Charleston's trip to Georgia Tech, Cal State-Fullerton's battle with Missouri, and North Carolina's showdown....[MORE]

SCS.comSUPER REGIONAL PREVIEW: PART I
June 8, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Just sixteen teams in the entire country have survied to this point, and those squads will each take part in one of this weekend's eight Super Regionals across the country. Part I of our two-part preview series takes a look at four of this weekend's matchups, including second-ranked Rice's showdown with Oklahoma. Also previewed is South Carolina's trip to SEC East rival Georgia, Miami's venture to Mississippi, and Stanford's....[MORE]

SCS.comGLANCING FURTHER AT THE 2006 REGIONALS
June 2, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The regionals are well under way today, and with that thought in mind, here are a few games (some that have already been concluded) and some upcoming (either for certain or potential day two matchups) that are most eye-catching. We also take a glance at some of the top players in each bracket, selecting an all-regional squad for each four-team pool this weekend. Be sure to keep an eye on these guys, as well as these....[MORE]

SCS.comREGIONAL PREVIEW 2006
June 1, 2006
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Nearly three hundred teams dream about it, but only sixty-four can make it. Yep, itís regional time again. Itís no longer about who got in, or how they got in, or who got the shaft. All of that is out the window. What matters is whoís in. Hereís how the sixteen regionals stack up (at least in my opinion) and a few things you could and should watch for this weekend. There will be surprises, for sure, but thatís what makes this time of year.....[MORE]

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