Eric Sorenson of CBS College Sports recently put out an article about his 64 preseason predictation for the 2008 season to see if any of them came through. He predicted many different things including that Oregon State would not win the National Championship to the amount of Beer Gardens going down in Omaha. Continue reading
Good friends of The College Baseball Blog in Eric Sorensen of CBS College Sports (Formerly CSTV) and Doug Kroll of NCAA.com have put out a video previewing the winner take all game that will take place tonight.
Loaded TV Lineup
By Doug Kroll – February 19, 2008
With the season getting underway in only a couple days, it’s time for what a lot of you have been waiting for: CBS College Sports’ college baseball lineup for the 2008 season. Let me tell you this, there are a lot of heavy hitters.
So tune those TiVo’s and get the remotes ready because I promise that there are some games on this schedule that you won’t want to miss.
4/1- Baylor at TCU
4/9- LSU at Southern Miss
4/11- Tulane at Houston
4/12- Tulane at Houston
4/13- Army at Navy
4/13- UC Irvine at Long Beach State
4/19- East Carolina at Rice
4/20- Georgia Tech at Maryland
4/20- UC Riverside at UC Irvine
4/21- Stanford at Santa Clara
4/22- Texas at Baylor
4/23- LSU at Tulane (Tape Delay from 4/22)
4/26- Fresno State at Nevada
4/28- Stanford at Santa Clara
5/2- San Diego at Pepperdine
5/3- San Diego at Pepperdine
5/7- New Orleans at Tulane (Tape Delay from 5/6)
5/9- Cal Poly at Cal State Fullerton
5/11- Cal at Stanford
5/17- Rice at Tulane
5/24- MWC Championship Game
5/25- C-USA Championship Game
Eric Sorensen continues his season previews with the Pac-10 and Patriot League. He has Arizona, Arizona State, and UCLA as the favorites. He puts the Oregon State as a contender after their back to back national championships. He puts California as a darkhorse behind the right arm of Tyson Ross. The full article is available here. The Patriot League favorites are the Navy Midshipmen under Paul Kostacopoulos. He puts Lafayette and Army as contenders with Lehigh as a darkhorse. The full article is available here.
Eric Sorensen continues his season previews today for February 18th checking in on six conferences over the last two days. He checked in on the MEAC, MAC, Mountain West, Missouri Valley, Ohio Valley, and the Northeast conferences. Continue reading
CSTV writer Eric Sorensen continues his series of interviews with the CAA and Big West Conferences. He lists VCU, Old Dominion, and UNC-Wilmington as the favorites. He puts Delaware led by Alex Buchholz in the contender category and William & Mary as the Darkhorse. The full preview is available here. He also checks in on the Big West Conference where he predicts Long Beach State to win it. He puts Fullerton, Cal-Poly, and UC-Irvine as contenders with UC-Riverside as the Darkhorse. The full preview is available here.
CSTV continues their series of previews with the West Coast Conference and the WAC. Sorensen picks San Diego to win the West Coast Conference with Pepperdine as a contender and Santa Clara is the darkhorse. The preview is available here. He picks Fresno State to win the conference with Louisiana Tech and Nevada in the contender category and Sacramento State in the darkhorse category. The full preview is available here.
CSTV continues their series of articles with two conference previews and Doug Kroll checking in on the coaching carousel. Eric Sorensen previews the ACC which he lists North Carolina, UVA, and Miami as favorites. He lists FSU, Clemson, and Georgia Tech as contenders. He puts Wake Forest as the darkhouse. The full preview is available here. Sorensen also previews the Atlantic Sun conference. He puts Stetson as the overwhelming favorite after they qualified for the 2007 NCAA Tournament. The contenders are Belmont, Mercer, and Jacksonville. The darkhorse candidate is Lipscomb. The full preview is available here. Doug Kroll checks in with an article about the coaching carousel which took place after George Horton left Fullerton to go up to Oregon to restart the Oregon Ducks program. The article is available here.