Category Archives: 2011 NCAA Tourney

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2011 NCAA Regional Projections (March 9th)

College Baseball Daily continues our weekly countdown to the release of the 2011 NCAA Baseball Regional Brackets. The brackets are done as if the NCAA Tournament was set to begin today. The projections are done through games played on Tuesday. You can check out the full bracket below which is our best estimate if the tournament started today.

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2011 NCAA Regional Projections (March 2nd)

College Baseball Daily continues our weekly countdown to the release of the 2011 NCAA Baseball Regional Brackets. The brackets are done as if the NCAA Tournament was set to begin today. The projections are done through games played on Tuesday. You can check out the full bracket below which is our best estimate if the tournament started today. Continue reading

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Talking College Baseball with The Pulse on Campus

I got to talk a little college baseball with Ty Pyburn of The Pulse on Campus on ThePulseNetwork.com today.  We solely went over our National Seeds that we currently have in place in the regional projections that Brian released today.  This was my first real interview talking about the sport after heading into my 4th season of coverage, and I can definitely build on it.  Only made one real egregious error that I know of, saying that Josh Elander hit the blast off Mike McGee in Omaha last year when it was really Matt Curry, but can’t sue me for that, right?  I’m sure you’ll all let me know in the comments section if I flubbed elsewhere.  Had an audio issue where I could hear myself talking as I talked about halfway through, but we’ll have that figured out for next time as we’ll probably use Skype.  Keep watching when my part is over, as Katie Dowd of The Daily Cal and contributor to the site talks about the situation over at Cal.  Video after the jump.

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2011 NCAA Regional Projections (Feb. 23rd)

College Baseball Daily continues our weekly countdown to the release of the 2011 NCAA Baseball Regional Brackets. The brackets are done as if the NCAA Tournament was set to begin today. The projections are done through games played on Tuesday. You can check out the full bracket below which is our best estimate if the tournament started today.

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2011 Preseason NCAA Regional Projections

The season hasn’t kicked off yet but it is time to start looking at how a potential 64 team bracket would look right now based on the preseason expectations of each conference. Remember, that these are just based on our projections and expectations for what we will predict come May 30th. We will release our new projection every Wednesday until the end of the season. Continue reading

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Arizona State Violations Outlined and Reaction

On Wednesday afternoon, the Arizona State Baseball program learned of their punishment from the NCAA after seven major violations and two secondary violations from 2004 through 2009. This was Arizona State’s ninth major NCAA violation in school history, with previous cases taking place in 2005 (football), 1997 (men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track), 1988 (men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track), 1986 (men’s basketball), 1985 (baseball, men’s gymnastics, wrestling), 1980 (football, men’s track (indoor and outdoor), 1959 (football) and 1954 (football). Continue reading

2011 College World Series Predictions

TDAmeritradeStadium Here are our selections for the 2011 College World Series. I asked six people for their opinion on who will be taking part in the first College World Series at the new Ameritrade Stadium in Omaha. Besides my own selection, we have TCBB Assistant Editor Mark Rafferty, TCBB Senior Writer Kat Cornetta, TCBB Scouting Guru Aman Reaka, TCBB contributor Casey Hull, and our special guest is Jana Howser of The College Baseball Foundation and daughter of Dick Howser who all gave their picks. We have 20 different teams represented in our picks with UCLA being the only team that shows up on everyone’s brackets. Virginia and Florida both were named on five out of six brackets. You can check out the full results below.

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