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RE: 2021 NCAA Baseball Tournament
(06-15-2021 06:20 PM)SoCalBobcat78 Wrote:  
(06-15-2021 07:43 AM)quo vadis Wrote:  So the big deal is getting the B1G back in to the game, so to speak.

In 2019, the Michigan baseball team got to the CWS championship game before losing to Vanderbilt. They were one win away from winning it all.

Yes, we have seen signs of life from B1G baseball the last couple years. I suspect that B1G money is so big now that they feel comfortable investing in it, given that it is about the 3rd or 4th most important college sport.

We can only hope so, as it helps the profile of college baseball to have the B1G committed to it.
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RE: 2021 NCAA Baseball Tournament
College World Series Bracket

Bracket A

#9 Stanford vs North Carolina St
#4 Vanderbilt vs #5 Arizona

Bracket B

#3 Tennessee vs Virginia
#2 Texas vs #7 Mississippi St


I don't think anyone can discount both Tennessee schools. My money is on either of the schools bringing home the title.
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