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CBD Visit: UNLV takes 3 out of 4 from Tennessee

UNLVTimChambersFeaturedThe UNLV Rebels hosted the Tennessee Volunteers over the weekend with the Rebels winning three out of four games. All three games were highly contested with all three Rebels wins by a run including a 14 inning victory in the series finale. You can check out my notes from the weekend below.  Continue reading CBD Visit: UNLV takes 3 out of 4 from Tennessee

2013 SEC Preseason Coaches Poll

FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE
SEC Circle Gold Letters on White BackgroundThe Arkansas Razorbacks are predicted to win the 2013 Southeastern Conference baseball championship, as voted by the league’s 14 baseball coaches in the 22nd annual preseason SEC poll.

The Razorbacks, ranked No. 1 nationally in the preseason USA Today Coaches’ Poll, seek to capture their third SEC Championship and first since 2004. Arkansas returns five position starters and 10 pitchers from its 2012 squad which advanced to the College World Series semifinals. Continue reading 2013 SEC Preseason Coaches Poll

2013 CBD Season Preview: SEC East

SEC Circle Gold Letters on White BackgroundThe South Carolina streak came to an end last season as the Arizona Wildcats overpowered Ray Tanner’s squad en route to a national championship, booting the SEC from the spotlight of college baseball. The East is stacked again this year though, with Vanderbilt, Carolina, Kentucky, and Florida all in the top 15. Continue reading 2013 CBD Season Preview: SEC East

Poster of the Day: Tennessee Volunteers

TennesseeLogoAs we continue to count down to the first pitch of the 2013 season, we are running some of the best posters from schools across the country. We feature today the Tennessee Volunteers who are coming off a 24-31 season while going 8-22 in SEC play. You can check out the poster below.  Future posters can be sent to me by clicking here. Continue reading Poster of the Day: Tennessee Volunteers

Tennessee’s Serrano and Godley Reflect on Summer

Dave Serrano wanted to one day become the head coach of the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team, but he didn’t think it would happen as soon as it did.

“I was very humbled and very proud to be selected,” Serrano said. “I had been the assistant in 2010 and I knew there’s a process to that. You have to be the assistant before you can be the head coach. I didn’t know that it would happen so quickly.” Continue reading Tennessee’s Serrano and Godley Reflect on Summer