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2015 SEC Baseball Television Schedule

SEC Circle Gold Letters on White BackgroundThe SEC Network will swing into its inaugural baseball season with 80 games slated to air on the network dedicated to Southeastern Conference sports, as part of the more than 100 planned across ESPN television networks (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU or SEC Network). The new network will quadruple SEC baseball’s coverage over last year’s nationally televised schedule. Continue reading 2015 SEC Baseball Television Schedule

Missouri releases 2015 Schedule

TimJamiesonMissouri_thumb.jpgCOLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou baseball and head coach Tim Jamieson have announced the team’s 2015 schedule on Friday (Jan. 16). In all, the Tigers are slated to play 10 Southeastern Conference series and have 31 home dates on this season’s schedule. In SEC play, fans will get to see the Tigers play weekend home series against South Carolina, defending SEC Champion Florida, Alabama, Ole Miss and Kentucky. In all, Mizzou will play 19 games and six weekend series against teams that qualified for NCAA Regional action a year ago.
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Kentucky releases 2015 Schedule

HendersonWideShotKentuckyLEXINGTON, Ky. — The Kentucky baseball team will play 56 regular season games as part of its 2015 schedule, including 32 games at Cliff Hagan Stadium and 30 games in the Southeastern Conference, it was announced by seventh-year head coach Gary Henderson on Thursday.

“We are excited about our 2015 schedule,” Henderson said. “When we start working on the schedule, it is important for us to find challenging non-conference matchups to help us get ready for the great 30-game SEC schedule. We feel like this schedule will be a great test to our club and will present the necessary challenges to help us get ready to compete in the nation’s best conference.” Continue reading Kentucky releases 2015 Schedule

Alabama releases 2015 Schedule

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. ­- University of Alabama head baseball coach Mitch Gaspard announced Tuesday the schedule for the 2015 Crimson Tide season. UA will play a full slate of 56 games, which includes 31 at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium.

Due to the current construction going on at Sewell-Thomas Stadium, Alabama will be hosting its home games at various spots in 2015, including Mobile, Montgomery and a majority of the season’s home games in Hoover. Continue reading Alabama releases 2015 Schedule

Mississippi State releases 2015 Schedule

JohnCohen_thumb.jpgSTARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State head baseball coach John Cohen announced Wednesday the Bulldogs’ 2015 schedule, highlighted by four of the last six NCAA champions playing multiple games against MSU at Dudy Noble Field. State’s 125th season on the diamond will feature 56 total games, including 37 home games, 17 true road games and two in-state contests at Trustmark Park in Pearl, Miss. Continue reading Mississippi State releases 2015 Schedule

South Carolina releases 2015 Schedule

The South Carolina baseball team announced today the 2015 schedule that features 36 home games at Carolina Stadium as well as 24 games against 2014 NCAA Tournament teams. The Gamecocks open the season on Friday, Feb. 13, hosting a three-game series vs. College of Charleston.
South Carolina and Clemson will meet in a unique three-game setting for a sixth consecutive year. The series opens at Clemson on Friday, Feb. 27, shifts to the Reedy River Rivalry game at Fluor Field, home of the Greenville Drive, a minor league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, on Saturday, and concludes at Carolina Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Continue reading South Carolina releases 2015 Schedule

Kyler Murray and the Football-Baseball Debate

The fate of two-sport prep star Kyler Murray remains a toss-up at this point, and his story makes for an interesting sidelight as the upcoming college draft approaches. Murray, the top quarterback recruit according to ESPN 300, has verbally committed to play college football for Texas A&M, but is also being touted as a potential first-round pick in the 2015 MLB Draft. Continue reading Kyler Murray and the Football-Baseball Debate