Super Regional Previews/Projections

superregional We have now previewed all the Super Regionals as we will find out who will participate in the College World Series by the end of the weekend. We have set up a CBB NCAA Super Regional Central which has quick links to every Super Regional. You can check it out by clicking here. I asked all of our contributors for their predictions for the Super Regionals which is included below.

 


 

Arkansas at Arizona State

Alabama at Clemson

Oklahoma at Virginia

South Carolina at Coastal Carolina

TCU at Texas

Vanderbilt at Florida State

Cal-State Fullerton at UCLA

Miami (FL) at Florida

Bryan Young

Arizona State Clemson Oklahoma South Carolina Texas Vanderbilt UCLA Florida
Aman Reaka Arizona State Clemson Oklahoma Coastal Carolina Texas Florida State UCLA Florida
Kyle Tait Arizona State Alabama Virginia South Carolina Texas Vanderbilt UCLA Florida
Vu Pham Arizona State Alabama Virginia South Carolina TCU Florida State Cal-State Fullerton Miami
Mark Rafferty Arizona State Alabama Virginia Coastal Carolina Texas Florida State Cal-State Fullerton Florida
William Knox Arizona State Clemson Virginia South Carolina Texas Vanderbilt Cal-State Fullerton Miami
Ryan Rosenblatt Arizona State Clemson Virginia South Carolina TCU Vanderbilt UCLA Florida
Brian Foley Arkansas Alabama Virginia Coastal Carolina Texas Vanderbilt Cal-State Fullerton Florida

  • http://www.mgoblog.com formerlyanonymous

    I’m surprised to see the confidence in Az St/lack thereof toward Arkansas.

  • http://thecollegebaseballblog.com Brian Foley

    I think alot of that is about the health of Zack Cox and Brett Eibner.

  • SCOTT MARTINEAU

    I realize Miami has a lot of injured arms, but they have a better ace than UF in Chris Hernandez; Whaley and Ewing have been inconsistent but can throw seven innings of shut out ball, and Robinson has been stretched out from a lefty specialist to a guy who can now give a team five innings. With Miranda, Santana, and Gutierrez all very capable pitchers, while I still give the edge in pitching to UF without Miami having Erickson, only by a slim fraction. That said, Miami can both hit for power and manufacture runs as Ratcliff, Devoss, Lawson, and Perez are all sub 6.5 guys. and all have green light whenever they wanna go. Combine that with the power of Palaez, Grandal, and Martinez and I think the Miami team will score 10 plus runs a game and the Gators had better be able to top that if they want to take Miami in this series.

    • http://thecollegebaseballblog.com Brian Foley

      The Canes didn’t get it done tonight. One pitcher can’t carry a team!