This year’s College World Series features some of the hottest teams, experienced players, and first-time programs. Who is the clear cut favorite in Omaha for 2012?
A defeated Fan’s look back on the short time spent at the 2010 CWS for the Sun Devils
Momentum seems to be the name of the game so far after the opening round of games are in the books. Statistically, ASU, TCU, UCLA and Oklahoma should all be on the winner’s side of the bracket, but the Devils play the odd man out this year, running into a red-hot Clemson team.
Here is Part two of my 2010 college world series predictions, this time, taking a look at the intangibles that are often the determining factor in a team’s championship run.
Baseball is a game of numbers. There are unofficial stats for literally any split you can imagine. Do you want
This weekend provided some of the most exciting college baseball I had seen in a while with many games going into extra innings as well as some major upsets down in the state of Texas.
In a three game series, literally anything can happen. A team can hit a dry streak and what was once a 50 win season can turn into nothing more than a “thanks for showing up” and a pat on the back. Unfortunately, the best team does not always win in these short series’ which is what makes it so interesting. You pray that your team can maintain the momentum that got it this far because every team they face from here on out is top tier.
The field has been narrowed down to 16 teams, and after this weekend (weather permitting) we will have eight college baseball teams punching their tickets for Omaha. The College Baseball Super Regionals are a best of 3 series, with the higher seed hosting the lower seed. The weekend series’ will determine who gets a trip to the College World Series and a shot at the national championship.