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    Starts this weekend. Double elimination each round. First round is 16 regionals of 4 teams each.



    Long Beach is a regional host, and 2-seed UCLA and 3-seed Pepperdine are in that bracket. UCLA-Pepperdine is at 3pm on Friday. (Pepperdine knocked UCLA out of the NCAAs last year in Malibu.)

    San Diego is a regional host (though the games will be played at SDSU), and 2-seed CS Fullerton and 4-seed Fresno State are in their bracket.

    Pac-10 champ ASU hosts as well, with Big West champ UC Riverside as the 2-seed.

    Other notables:
    Arizona is the 2-seed in Wichita State's regional.
    UC Irvine is the 2-seed in Texas's regional

    http://www.ncaasports.com/baseball/m...cial64/2007/DI

    http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-...adlines-sports

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    Im guessing there wont be much, if any, television coverage of the tournament again this year. Until the CWS that is. Cant find any college baseball on ESPN, but I bet I can find re-run after re-run of the 2005 World Series of Poker.

    Bear Down Arizona!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beardown29 View Post
    Im guessing there wont be much, if any, television coverage of the tournament again this year. Until the CWS that is. Cant find any college baseball on ESPN, but I bet I can find re-run after re-run of the 2005 World Series of Poker.

    Bear Down Arizona!!
    I'm sure ESPNU and CSTV will cover a lot of games this weekend. ESPN (or ESPN2 at least) usually shows some of the super regionals--I vaguely remember seeing CSUF games the last few years. The CSUF and USD first round games on Friday are scheduled for ESPNU according to ESPN.com.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/news/story?id=2884867

    I'll probably head over to Long Beach on Saturday... and Sunday, if UCLA is still alive. Last time I was at Blair Field, I saw your boys beat Long Beach State in the Supers even with Jered Weaver starting.
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    Here are my picks for each bracket:

    Vandy
    Rutgers
    Long Beach St
    Cal St Fullerton
    Arizona St
    So Miss
    Oral Roberts
    Texas
    Rice
    Lousiana Lafayette
    Miami
    Creighton
    Florida St
    Clemson
    South Carolina
    North Carolina

    I am hoping that Nebraska gets eliminated because I will be in Omaha this year and I still need a few tickets....

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    I know Rutgers made it, that's about all I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Italian Seafood View Post
    I know Rutgers made it, that's about all I know.
    They are in the Virginia regional as the #2 seed with a record of 41-19. The others in that regional are:

    #1 Virginia (43-14)
    #3 Oregon St (38-17)
    #4 Lafayette (33-18)

    I am picking Rutgers to come out of that regional....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GALLY View Post
    They are in the Virginia regional as the #2 seed with a record of 41-19. The others in that regional are:

    #1 Virginia (43-14)
    #3 Oregon St (38-17)
    #4 Lafayette (33-18)

    I am picking Rutgers to come out of that regional....

    Thanks. I saw you picked them, I don't think I've ever watched a college baseball game. If they're a #2 I guess they have a shot.

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    [QUOTE=jbruin152;837422]I'm sure ESPNU and CSTV will cover a lot of games this weekend. ESPN (or ESPN2 at least) usually shows some of the super regionals--I vaguely remember seeing CSUF games the last few years. The CSUF and USD first round games on Friday are scheduled for ESPNU according to ESPN.com.


    My crappy cable only gets ESPN, ESPN2 and Classic... so I guess thats why I never get any college baseball coverage out here.

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    Day 1 results for local/Pac-10 teams

    Arizona 4, Oral Roberts 3
    UC Irvine 13, Wake Forest 0
    UCLA 7, Pepperdine 3
    UIC 4, Long Beach State 1 (early loss for 1-seed)
    Oregon State 5, Rutgers 1
    Fresno State 6, San Diego 1 (early loss for 1-seed)
    CS Fullerton 7, Minnesota 1
    UC Riverside 10, Nebraska 5
    Arizona State 5, Monmouth 3

    http://www.ncaasports.com/baseball/m.../div1/20070601

    Long Beach regional tomorrow
    LB State vs. Pepperdine, 3pm (elimination game)
    UCLA vs. UIC, 7pm
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    San Diego is done. I guess their #8 overall seed wasn't accurate.......

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