Category Archives: 2012 College World Series


CBD Column: 2012 NCAA Regional Projections (Feb. 22nd)

After one week of play, College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to Selection Monday with our latest 2012 Regional Projections. Remember, that these projections are way too early to be perfect but they are our best guess at what the brackets would look like if the tournament started today.  Continue reading


2012 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 our preseason expectations of each conference. Remember, that these are just based on our projections and expectations for what we will happen come May 30th. We will release our new projections every Wednesday until the end of the season. Continue reading

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NCAA to experiment with Instant Replay at 2012 CWS

By: Greg Johnson,

Umpires at the 2012 Men’s College World Series will be able to use instant replay to review specified calls under an experimental rule developed by the NCAA Baseball Rules Committee.

The Division I Baseball Committee reviewed and supported the experimental rule at its annual meeting Monday-Wednesday in Indianapolis. Continue reading


2012 College World Series Predictions

The first College World Series in TD Ameritrade Park history finished on Tuesday evening with South Carolina winning their second straight title. The Gamecocks were able to sweep the Florida Gators in two exciting games to open the new stadium the same way they closed Rosenblatt in 2010 by dogpiling after winning the National Championship. Now is the time we start looking forward to next season as last year, Mark Rafferty had the best prediction as he predicted half the field after the 2010 College World Series. This year we asked CBD Editor Brian Foley, CBD Assistant Editor Mark Rafferty, CBD Senior Writers William Knox and Kat Cornetta to put together their eight teams which will make the College World Series in 2012.  Continue reading