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Chasing Omaha Regional Projections – 4/17/2014

Posted  April 17, 2014  by  Craig Amick

Every week, our co-founder and publisher, Craig Amick, will release his regional projections. These projections are a snap-shot of what the bracket might look like if it were released today based on the criteria that the NCAA Tournament Committee uses to build the field of 64 in June. These projections are not a prediction of

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The Omaha Eight – Week Four

Posted  March 12, 2014  by  Craig Amick

Most conference schedules swing into high gear this coming weekend, and out ahead of that, there were some interesting weekend road trips. In the end, Cal State Fullerton showed signs of weakness. Florida State and Virginia struggled to win their opening ACC series. South Carolina, on the other hand, remained unbeaten. This weekend, there are

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The Omaha Eight – Week Three

Posted  March 5, 2014  by  Craig Amick

South Carolina’s sweep of Clemson highlighted the week in college baseball. The Gamecocks solidified their post as a favorite to return to Omaha and are one of a handful of undefeated teams left in the country. Three other teams also solidified spots when Florida State swept Miami, Cal State Fullerton swept Oregon and Vanderbilt swept

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The Omaha Eight – Week One

Posted  February 19, 2014  by  Craig Amick

Week one rarely gives you insight into who is going to have the team to make a run, but sometimes you may get clues as to who doesn’t. Indiana, for example, has been a preseason media darling after a magical run in 2013. It was a rough start to the season for the Hoosiers, losing

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The Omaha Eight – 2014 Preseason Edition

Posted  February 13, 2014  by  Craig Amick

Every Wednesday, our co-founder, Craig Amick, will give you a snapshot of who in the country is trending toward Omaha, who could surprise and who is quickly falling out of the race. This column has nothing to do with polls or standings, but instead takes a look at who, based on historical data, trends and

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Chasing Omaha 2013 Regional Central

Posted  May 30, 2013  by  Craig Amick

Day One Winners & Losers Day Two Winners & Losers Day Three Winners & Losers   Regional Previews, Schedules & Results: Chapel Hill Regional Columbia Regional Raleigh Regional Eugene Regional Fullerton Regional Los Angeles Regional Blacksburg Regional Baton Rouge Regional Nashville Regional Louisville Regional Bloomington Regional Tallahassee Regional Charlottesville Regional Starkville Regional Manhattan Regional Corvallis

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Chasing Omaha Regional Projections – 4/17/2014

Posted  April 17, 2014  by  Craig Amick

Every week, our co-founder and publisher, Craig Amick, will release his regional projections. These projections are a snap-shot of what the bracket might look like if it were released today based on the criteria that the NCAA Tournament Committee uses to build the field of 64 in June. These projections are not a prediction of

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The Omaha Eight – Week Four

Posted  March 12, 2014  by  Craig Amick

Most conference schedules swing into high gear this coming weekend, and out ahead of that, there were some interesting weekend road trips. In the end, Cal State Fullerton showed signs of weakness. Florida State and Virginia struggled to win their opening ACC series. South Carolina, on the other hand, remained unbeaten. This weekend, there are

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The Omaha Eight – Week Three

Posted  March 5, 2014  by  Craig Amick

South Carolina’s sweep of Clemson highlighted the week in college baseball. The Gamecocks solidified their post as a favorite to return to Omaha and are one of a handful of undefeated teams left in the country. Three other teams also solidified spots when Florida State swept Miami, Cal State Fullerton swept Oregon and Vanderbilt swept

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The Omaha Eight – Week One

Posted  February 19, 2014  by  Craig Amick

Week one rarely gives you insight into who is going to have the team to make a run, but sometimes you may get clues as to who doesn’t. Indiana, for example, has been a preseason media darling after a magical run in 2013. It was a rough start to the season for the Hoosiers, losing

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The Omaha Eight – 2014 Preseason Edition

Posted  February 13, 2014  by  Craig Amick

Every Wednesday, our co-founder, Craig Amick, will give you a snapshot of who in the country is trending toward Omaha, who could surprise and who is quickly falling out of the race. This column has nothing to do with polls or standings, but instead takes a look at who, based on historical data, trends and

Full Story »