♦ SEC baseball becoming football-like dominant (The Advocate)
South Carolina has won the College World Series the past two years. LSU won the year before that.
If not for Fresno State’s improbable ousting of Georgia in the 2008 CWS finals, the Southeastern Conference would enter college baseball’s postseason next month looking to finish on top for the fifth year in a row.
Last year, as South Carolina, Florida and Vanderbilt went deep in the tournament, the SEC became the first conference in CWS history to have three teams among the final four standing.
South Carolina and Florida met for the national title in an all-SEC best-of-three.
And the league may be even stronger this year. . .
♦ From Chuck Dunlap (@SEC_Chuck) on Twitter:
A little history about to happen at 2201 Richard Arrington Blvd [SEC HQ in Birmingham]
Mizzou going up
Now Texas A&M