Posts Tagged ‘ Nebraska ’

Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you ready for the weekend!

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Last night the Royals defeated the Tigers in Omaha, Nebraska in the first MLB game ever played in the state.

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Toronto are World Champions after beating the defending champions Golden State

First Quarter: NBA Finals

1. NBA scoreboard
2. Toronto takes down the back-to-back defending world champions
3. Kawhi Leonard named NBA Finals MVP
4. Last night was the Warriors final game in Oakland as they move to San Francisco next season

Second Quarter: MLB

1. MLB scoreboard
2. FS1 Saturday: Diamondbacks @ Nationals, 3:05 pm
3. FOX regional action: None this weekend due to FOX’s coverage of the US Open
4. ESPN Sunday Night Baseball: Cubs @ Dodgers, 6 pm

Third Quarter: College World Series

1. College World Series scoreboard
2. 2019 CWS kicked off with the first MLB game in the state of Nebraska
3. Saturday Games:
CWS GM1: Michigan v. Texas Tech, 1 pm/ESPN
CWS GM2: Florida State v. Arkansas, 6 pm/ESPN
4. Sunday Games:
CWS GM3: Louisville v. Vanderbilt, 2 pm/ESPN
CWS GM4: Auburn v. Mississippi State, 6 pm/ESPN2

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1. WNBA scoreboard
2. Long time Broncos owner passes away
3. PGA leaderboard
4. Women’s World Cup scoreboard

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Bo-files in History: 2008-14

This morning Nebraska AD Shawn Eichorst fired Bo Pelini as head coach after seven years leading the Huskers. I’ve complied Pelini’s tenure (not that he was 26-25 against teams with winning records and 40-2 versus teams under .500) complete time in Lincoln. I’d like to state that I’m wasn’t for or against the decision made today however here’s everything from his time.

 
Bo Pelini, Nebraska head coach 2008-14

2003 W/L 1-0 (Neutral 1-0)/Career 1-0 (Neutral 1-0): W 17-3 v. Michigan State/Alamo Bowl (1-0)
2008 W/L 9-4, 5-3 Conference (Home 6-2 Away 2-2 Neutral 1-0)/Career 10-4 (Home 6-2 Away 2-2 Neutral 2-0): W 47-24 Western Michigan (1-0), W 35-12 San Jose State (2-0), W 38-7 New Mexico State (3-0), L 35-30 Virginia Tech (3-1), L 52-17 Missouri (3-2/0-1 Big XII), L 37-31 F/OT @Texas Tech (3-3/0-2 Big XII), W 35-7 @Iowa State (4-3/1-2 Big XII), W 32-20 Baylor (5-3/2-2 Big XII), L 62-28 @Oklahoma (5-4/2-3 Big XII), W 45-35 Kansas (6-4/3-3 Big XII), W 56-28 @Kansas State (7-4/4-3 Big XII), W 40-31 Colorado (8-4/5-3 Big XII), W 26-21 v. Clemson/Gator Bowl (9-4/5-3 Big XII)
2009 W/L 10-4, 6-3 Conference (Home 5-2 Away 4-1 Neutral 1-1)/Career 20-8 (Home 11-4 Away 6-3 Neutral 3-1): W 49-3 Florida Atlantic (1-0), W 38-9 Arkansas State (2-0), L 16-15 @Virginia Tech (2-1), W 55-0 Louisiana-Lafayette (3-1), W 27-12 @Missouri (4-1, 1-0 Big XII), L 31-10 Texas Tech (4-2, 1-1 Big XII), L 9-7 Iowa State (4-3, 1-2 Big XII), W 20-10 @Baylor (5-3, 2-2 Big XII), W 10-3 Oklahoma (6-3, 3-2 Big XII), W 31-17 @Kansas (7-3, 4-2 Big XII), W 17-3 Kansas State (8-3, 5-2 Big XII), W 28-20 @Colorado (9-3, 6-2 Big XII), L 13-12 v. Texas/Big XII Championship Game in Arlington, TX (9-4, 6-3 Big XII), W 33-0 v. Arizona/Holiday Bowl (10-4/6-3 Big XII)
2010 W/L  10-4, 6-3 Conference (Home 6-1 Away 4-1 Neutral 0-2)/Career 30-12 (Home 17-5 Away 10-4 Neutral 3-3): W 49-10 Western Kentucky (1-0), W 38-17 Idaho (2-0), W 56-21 @Washington (3-0), W 17-3 South Dakota State (4-0), W 48-13 @Kansas State (5-0, 1-0 Big XII), L 20-13 Texas (5-1, 1-1 Big XII), W 51-41 @Oklahoma State (6-1, 2-1 Big XII), W 31-17 Missouri (7-1, 3-1 Big XII), W 31-30 F/OT @Iowa State (8-1, 4-1 Big XII), W 20-3 Kansas (9-1, 5-1 Big XII), L 9-6 @Texas A&M (9-2, 5-2 Big XII), W 45-17 Colorado (10-2, 6-2 Big XII), L 23-20 v. Oklahoma/Big XII Championship Game in Arlington, TX (10-3, 6-3 Big XII), L 19-7 v. Washington/Holiday Bowl (10-4, 6-3 Big XII)
2011 W/L 9-4, 5-3 Conference (Home 6-1 Away 3-2 Neutral 0-1)/Career 39-16 (Home 23-6 Away 13-6 Neutral 3-4): W 40-7 Chattanooga (1-0), W 42-29 Fresno State (2-0), W 51-38 Washington (3-0), W 38-14 @Wyoming (4-0), L 48-17 @Wisconsin (4-1, 0-1 B1G), W 34-27 Ohio State (5-1, 1-1 B1G), W 41-14 @Minnesota (6-1, 2-1 B1G), W 24-3 Michigan State (7-1, 3-1 B1G), L 28-25 Northwestern (7-2, 3-2 B1G), W 17-14 @Penn State (8-2, 4-2 B1G), L 45-17 @Michigan (8-3, 4-3 B1G), W 20-7 Iowa (9-3, 5-3 B1G), L 30-13 v. South Carolina/CapitalOne Bowl (9-4, 5-3 B1G)
2012 W/L 10-4, 7-2 Conference (Home 7-0 Away 3-2 Neutral 0-2)/Career 49-20 (Home 30-6 Away 16-8 Neutral 3-6): W 49-20 Southern Miss (1-0), L 36-30 @UCLA (1-1), W 42-13 Arkansas State (2-1), W 73-7 Idaho State (3-1), W 30-27 Wisconsin (4-1, 1-0 B1G), L 63-38 @Ohio State (4-2, 1-1 B1G), W 29-28 @Northwestern (5-2, 2-1 B1G), W 23-9 Michigan (6-2, 3-1 B1G), W 28-24 @Michigan State (7-2, 4-1 B1G), W 32-23 Penn State (8-2, 5-1 B1G), W 38-14 Minnesota (9-2, 6-1 B1G), W 13-7 @Iowa (10-2, 7-1 B1G), L 70-31 v. Wisconsin/B1G Conference Championship Game in Indianapolis, IN (10-3, 7-2 B1G), L 45-31 v. Georgia/CapitalOne Bowl (10-4, 7-2 B1G)

2013 W/L 8-4, 5-3 Conference (Home 5-3 Away 3-1 Neutral 1-0)/Career 58-24 (Home 35-9 Away 19-9 Neutral 4-6): W 37-34 Wyoming (1-0), W 56-13 Southern Miss (2-0), L UCLA 41-21 (2-1), W 59-20 South Dakota State (3-1), W 39-19 Illinois (4-1, 1-0 B1G), W 44-7 @Purdue (5-1, 2-0 BIG), L 34-23 @Minnesota (5-2, 2-1 B1G), W 27-24 Northwestern (6-2, 3-1 B1G), W 17-13 @Michigan (7-2, 4-1 B1G), L 41-28 Michigan State (7-3, 4-2 B1G), W 23-20 F/OT @Penn State (8-3, 5-2 BIG), L 38-17 Iowa (8-4, 5-3 B1G), W 24-19 v. Georgia/Gator Bowl (9-4, 5-3)

2014 W/L 9-3, 5-3 Conference (Home 6-1 Away 3-2, Neutral 0-0)/Career 67-27 (Home 41-10 Away 22-11 Neutral 4-6): W 55-7 Florida Atlantic (1-0), W 31-24 McNeese State (2-0), @Fresno State W 55-19 (3-0), Miami (FL) W 41-31 (4-0), Illinois W 45-14 (5-0, 1-0 B1G), @Michigan State L 27-22 (5-1, 1-1 B1G), @Northwestern W 38-17 (6-1, 2-1 B1G), Rutgers W 42-24 (7-1, 3-1 B1G), Purdue W 35-14 (8-1, 4-1 B1G), @Wisconsin L 59-24 (8-2, 4-2 B1G), Minnesota L 28-24 (8-3, 4-3 B1G), @Iowa W 37-34 F/OT (9-3, 5-3 B1G)

Overall Career: Record 67-27, Conference Record (Big XII 17-9/B1G 22-11) 39-20, Home 41-10 Away 22-11 Neutral 4-6 Conference Title Games 0-3 Bowl Games 4-3

Record by Opponent (H-Home, A-Away, N-Neutral): Arizona 1-0 (1-0 N), Arkansas State 2-0 (2-0 H), Baylor 2-0 (1-0 H, 1-0 A), Chattanooga 1-0 (1-0 H), Clemson 1-0 (1-0 N), Colorado 3-0 (2-0 H, 1-0 A), Florida Atlantic 2-0 (2-0 H), Fresno State 2-0 (1-0 H, 1-0 A), Georgia 1-1 (1-1 N), Idaho 1-0 (1-0 H), Idaho State 1-0 (1-0 H), Illinois 2-0 (2-0 H), Iowa 3-1 (1-1 H, 2-0 A), Iowa State 2-1 (0-1 H, 2-0 A), Kansas 3-0 (2-0 H, 0-1 A), Kansas State 3-0 (1-0 H, 2-0 A), Louisiana-Lafayette 1-0 (1-0 H), McNeese State 1-0 (1-0 H), Miami (FL) 1-0 (1-0 H), Michigan 2-1 (1-0 H, 1-1 A), Michigan State 3-2 (1-1 H/1-1 A/1-0 N), Minnesota 2-2 (1-1 H, 1-1 A), Missouri 2-1 (1-1 H, 1-0 A), New Mexico State 1-0 (1-0 H), Northwestern 3-1 (1-1 H, 2-0 A), Ohio State 1-1 (1-0 H, 0-1 A), Oklahoma 1-2 (1-0 H, 0-1 A, 0-1 N), Penn State 3-0 (1-0 H, 2-0 A), Purdue 2-0 (1-0 H, 1-0 A), Rutgers 1-0 (1-0 H), San Jose State 1-0 (1-0 H), South Carolina 0-1 (0-1 N), South Dakota State 2-0 (2-0 H), Southern Miss 2-0 (2-0 H), Texas 0-2 (0-1 H, 0-1 N), Texas A&M 0-1 (0-1 A), Texas Tech 0-2 (0-1 H, 0-1 A), Virginia Tech 0-2 (0-1 H, 0-1 A), UCLA 0-2 (0-1 H, 0-1 A), Washington 2-1 (1-0 H, 1-0 A, 0-1 A), Western Kentucky 1-0 (1-0 H), Western Michigan 1-0 (1-0 H), Wisconsin 1-3 (1-0 H, 0-2 A, 0-1 N), Wyoming 2-0 (1-0 H, 1-0 A)

Home Wins (41) –
2008 (6): Western Michigan (47-24), San Jose State (35-12), New Mexico State (38-7), Baylor (32-20), Kansas (45-35), Colorado (40-31)
2009 (5): Florida Atlanta (49-3), Arkansas State (38-9), Louisiana-Lafayette (55-0), Oklahoma (10-3), Kansas State (17-3)
2010 (6): Western Kentucky (49-10), Idaho (38-17), South Dakota State (17-3), Missouri (31-17), Kansas (20-3), Colorado (45-17)
2011 (6): Chattanooga (40-7), Fresno State (42-29), Washington (51-38), Ohio State (34-27), Michigan State (24-3), Iowa (20-7)
2012 (7): Southern Miss (49-20), Arkansas State (42-13), Idaho State (73-7), Wisconsin (30-27), Michigan (23-9), Penn State (32-23), Minnesota (38-14)
2013 (5): Wyoming (37-34), Southern Miss (56-13), South Dakota State (59-20), Illinois (39-19), Northwestern (27-24)
2014 (6): Florida Atlantic (55-7), McNeese State (31-24), Miami (FL) (41-31), Illinois (45-14), Rutgers (42-24), Purdue (35-14)

Home Losses (10) –
2008 (2): Virginia Tech (35-30), Missouri (52-17)
2009 (2): Texas Tech (31-10), Iowa State (9-7)
2010 (1): Texas (20-13)
2011 (1): Northwestern (28-25)
2012 (0): None
2013 (3): UCLA (41-21), Michigan State (41-28), Iowa (38-17)
2014 (1): Minnesota (28-24)

Road Wins (22) –
2008 (2): Iowa State (35-7), Kansas State (56-28)
2009 (4): Missouri (27-12), Baylor (20-10), Kansas (31-17), Colorado (28-20)
2010 (4): Washington (56-21), Kansas State (48-13), Oklahoma State (51-41), Iowa State (31-30 F/OT)
2011 (3): Wyoming (38-14), Minnesota (41-14), Penn State (17-14)
2012 (3): Northwestern (29-28), Michigan State (28-24), Iowa (13-7)
2013 (2): Purdue (44-7), Michigan (17-13), Penn State (23-20 F/OT)
2014 (1): Fresno State (55-19), Northwestern (38-17), Iowa (37-34 F/OT)

Road Losses (10) –
2008 (2): Texas Tech (37-31 F/OT), Oklahoma (62-28)
2009 (1): Virginia Tech (16-15)
2010 (1): Texas A&M (9-6)
2011 (2): Wisconsin (48-17), Michigan (45-17)
2012 (2): UCLA (36-30), Ohio State (63-38)
2013 (1): Minnesota (34-23)
2014 (1): Michigan State (27-22), Wisconsin (59-24)

Neutral Site Wins (4) –
2003 (1): Alamo Bowl v. Michigan State (17-3)
2008 (1): Gator Bowl v. Clemson (26-21)
2009 (1): Holiday Bowl v. Arizona (33-0)
2014 (1): Gator Bowl v. Georgia (24-19)

Neutral Site Losses (6) –
2009 (1): Big XII Championship Game v. Texas (13-12)
2010 (2): Big XII Championship Game v. Oklahoma (23-20), Holiday Bowl v. Washington (19-7)
2011 (1): CapitalOne Bowl v. South Carolina (30-13)
2012 (2): Big Ten Conference Championship Game v. Wisconsin (70-31), CapitalOne Bowl v. Georgia (45-31)

Conference Championship Game Appearances (3) – 0-3
2009 Big XII Conference Championship Game/Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas v. Texas (L 13-12)
2010 Big XII Conference Championship Game/Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas v. Oklahoma (L 23-20)
2012 Big Ten Conference Championship Game/Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana v. Wisconsin (L 70-31)

Bowl Appearances (7) – 4-3
2003 Alamo Bowl (Alamo Dome/San Antonio, Texas) v. Michigan State (W 17-3) *Interim Head Coach*
2008 Gator Bowl (Jacksonville Municipal Stadium/Jacksonville, Florida) v. Clemson (W 26-21)
2009 Holiday Bowl (Qualcomm Stadium/San Diego, California) v. Arizona (W 33-0)
2010 Holiday Bowl (Qualcomm Stadium/San Diego, California) v. Washington (L 19-7)
2012 CapitalOne Bowl (Citrus Bowl Stadium/Orlando, Florida) v. South Carolina (L 30-13)
2013 CapitalOne Bowl (Citrus Bowl Stadium/Orlando, Florida) v. Georgia (L 45-31)

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2014 Posts: 225

NCAA Baseball Tournament Predictions Sure to go Wrong

Instead of a Friday edition I’ll provide you with my NCAA baseball tournament predictions sure to go wrong instead. 16 regional sites, 8 regional than the College World Series that start June 14 in Omaha Nebraska at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. National Seeds 1 Oregon State 2 Florida 3 Virginia 4 Indiana 5 Florida State 6 Louisiana-Lafayette 7 TCU 8 LSU

Photo: Road to Omaha starts tomorrow.
Today is the start of the Road to Omaha begins

Regional Predictions –

Corvallis Regional: 1 Oregon State
Stillwater Regional: Oklahoma State
Houston Regional: Rice
Baton Rouge Regional: Houston
Tallahassee Regional: 5 Florida State
Louisville Regional: Louisville
Nashville Regional: Vanderbilt
Bloomington Regional: 4 Indiana
Gainesville Regional: Long Beach State
Coral Gables Regional: Miami (FL)
San Luis Obispo Regional: Cal Poly
Fort Worth Regional: 7 TCU
Lafayette Regional: Louisiana-Lafayette
Oxford Regional: Washington
Columbia Regional: South Carolina
Charlottesville Regional: 3 Virginia

Super Regional Predictions –

1 Oregon State over Oklahoma State
Rice over Houston
5 Florida State over Louisville
4 Indiana over Vanderbilt
Long Beach State over Miami (FL)
Cal Poly over 7 TCU
Washington over Louisiana-Lafayette
3 Virginia over South Carolina

College World Series – 1 Oregon State, Rice, 4 Indiana, 5 Florida State, Long Beach State, Cal Poly, Washington, 3 Virginia

CWS Championship Series – 1 Oregon State v. 3 Virginia

National Champion – 1 Oregon State

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2014 Posts: 104

Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links!

Nebraska coach Bo Pelini, known to pop off every now and then, apologized to fans Monday. (USATSI)
Bo Pelini is now embroiled in controversy that stretches from Omaha to Scottsbluff oh and outside the Nebraska borders. Photo by USA Today Sports

First Quarter: Starter Links

1) America Cup
2) New Jersey denied sports betting
3) Mad Chatter from Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World Herald
4) Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star and his Twitter Tuesday

Second Quarter: College Football

1) Forde Yard Dash
2) The Bo Pelini saga, Deadspin, Mitch Sherman, Dan Wetzel/audiogate, Dennis Dodd, Will Leitch, Dan Wolken
3) Andy Staples power rankings
4) Holly Anderson week 3 recap and worst referee miscues, Ted Miller

Third Quarter: 4Q Potpourri (NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS)

1) NBA – Steve Kerr says no parade in Miami next summer
2) NFL – Week 3 NFL.com power rankings
3) NHL – Can Patrick Roy change things in Colorado?
4) MLS – Week 29 MLS Power Rankings

Fourth Quarter: MLB

1) The 30
2) Jerry Seinfeld in the Mets booth tonight
3) The Pulse
4) Nationals honor victims of Monday’s shooting

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2013 Posts: 217

Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you set for the Weekend, sorry for the inconsistent week of posts but with the CWS starting it might be the norm this next week (thanks).

Setting the CWS table in Omaha
The 2013 College World Series begins tomorrow. AP Photo/Nati Harnik

First Quarter: NBA Finals

1) NBA scoreboard
2) Game four is Sunday night
3) Miami won game three 109-93 to tie the series against San Antonio
4) Who takes game five?

Second Quarter: NHL Stanley Cup Finals

1) NHL scoreboard
2) NBC Sports Network has game two Saturday
3) Will Chicago go up 2-0?
4) Can Boston knot the series up going back home?

Third Quarter: MLB

1) MLB scoreboard
2) 4Q MLB Series of the Weekend: San Francisco Giants (34-31) @ Atlanta Braves 39-27)
3) Boston Red Sox @ Baltimore Orioles
4) New York Yankees @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Fourth Quarter: College World Series (National Seeds Listed)

1) D1baseball.com scoreboard
2) NCAA College World Series begins Saturday
3) Bracket A (Saturday Games): Mississippi State Bulldogs v. 3 Oregon State Beavers 2 pm ESPN2/Louisville Cardinals v. Indiana Hoosiers 7 pm ESPN
4) Bracket B (Sunday Games): North Carolina State Wolfpack v. 1 North Carolina State Tar Heels 2 pm ESPN/UCLA Bruins v. 4 LSU Tigers 7 pm ESPN2

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2013 Posts: 156

4Quarters 2013 NCAA Baseball Super Regional Results

Saturday the College World Series begins but here is how we arrived at eight teams.


Who will celebrate at the 2013 College World Series?

Chapel Hill Super Regional (Boshamer Stadium): 1 North Carolina Tar Heels (55-9/ACC) v. South Carolina Gamecocks (42-18/SEC)
Game 1 (6-7-13) – Game 1 PPD to June 8 due to rain
Game 1 (6-8-13) – South Carolina 5 v. 1 North Carolina 6, North Carolina 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 1 North Carolina 0 v. South Carolina 8, Super Regional Tied 1-1
Game 3 (6-10-13) – Game 3 PPD to June 11 due to rain
Game 3 (6-11-13) – South Carolina 4 v. 1 North Carolina, North Carolina wins Super Regional 2-1

North Carolina advances to its 10th College World Series all-time (1960, ‘66, ‘78, ‘89, 2006, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11, ’13) and sixth in seven years

Raleigh Super Regional (Doak Field): North Carolina State Wolfpack (47-14/ACC) v. Rice Owls (44-18/CUSA)
Game 1 (6-7-13) – Game 1 PPD to June 8 due to rain
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Rice 3 v. North Carolina State 4, NC State 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – North Carolina State 5 v. Rice 4 F/17, NC State wins Super Regional 2-0

North Carolina State (49-14) advances to their second College World Series all-time (1968)

Fullerton Super Regional (Goodwin Field): 5 Cal State Fullerton Titans (51-8/Big West) v. UCLA Bruins (42-17/PAC-12)
Game 1 (6-7-13) – UCLA 5 v. 5 Cal State Fullerton 3 F/10, UCLA 1-0
Game 2 (6-8-13) – 5 Cal State Fullerton 0 v. UCLA 3, UCLA wins Super Regional 2-0

UCLA (43-17) advances to its 5th College World Series all-time (1969, ’97, 2010, ’12, ’13) and third in four years

Baton Rouge Super Regional (Alex Box Stadium): 4 LSU Tigers (55-9/SEC) v. Oklahoma Sooners (43-19/Big XII)
Game 1 (6-7-13) – Oklahoma 0 v. LSU 2, 4 LSU 1-0
Game 2 (6-8-13) – 4 LSU 11 v. Oklahoma 1, 4 LSU wins Super Regional 2-0

LSU (57-9) advances to its 16th College World Series all-time (1986, ‘87, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘93, ‘94, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, 2000, ‘03, ‘04, ‘08, ‘09, ’13) first since 2009 when it won the programs sixth National Championship (1991, ‘93, ’96, ’97, 2000, ’09)

Nashville Super Regional (Hawkins Field): 2 Vanderbilt Commodores (54-10/SEC) v. Louisville Cardinals (49-12/Big East)
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Louisville 5 v. 2 Vanderbilt 3, Louisville 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 2 Vanderbilt 1 v. Louisville 2, Louisville wins Super Regional 2-0

Louisville (51-12) advances to their second College World Series all-time (2007)

Tallahassee Super Regional (Dick Howser Stadium): 7 Florida State Seminoles (47-15/ACC) v. Indiana Hoosiers (46-14/B1G)
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Indiana 10 v. 7 Florida State 9, Indiana 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 7 Florida State 6 v. Indiana 11, Indiana wins Super Regional 2-0

Indiana (48-14) reaches the programs first College World Series and are the first Big Ten school since 1984 (Michigan)

Charlottesville Super Regional (Davenport Field): 6 Virginia Cavaliers (50-10/ACC) v. Mississippi State Bulldogs (46-18/SEC)
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Mississippi State 11 v. 6 Virginia 6, Mississippi State 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 6 Virginia 3 v. Mississippi State 5, Game PPD in the bottom of the seventh resumed June 10
Game 2 (6-10-13) – 6 Virginia 5 v. Mississippi State 6, Mississippi State wins Super Regional 2-0

Mississippi State (48-18) advances to the programs ninth College World Series all-time (1971, ‘79, ‘81, ‘85, ‘90, ‘97, ‘98, 2007, ’13) and first since 2007

Corvallis Super Regional (Goss Stadium): 3 Oregon State Beavers (48-10/PAC-12) v. Kansas State Wildcats (44-17/Big XII)
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Kansas State 6 v. 3 Oregon State 2, Kansas State 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 3 Oregon State 12 v. Kansas State 4, Super Regional Tied 1-1
Game 3 (6-10-13) – 3 Oregon State 4 v. Kansas State 3, Oregon State wins Super Regional 2-1

Oregon State (50-10) advances to their fifth College World Series all-time (1952, 2005, ’06, ’07, ’13) and first since 2007 which they won the programs second straight National Championship (2006, ’07)

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2013 Posts: 154

Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links!

No. 1 Gonzaga rolls over Saint Mary's 65-51 at WCC
Kelly Olynyk and Gonzaga won another West Coast Conference title on Monday night. AP Photo/Julie Jacobson

First Quarter: Starter Links

1) Media Circus
2) NCAA broadcast pairings
3) Mad Chatter from Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World Herald
4) Sam Mellinger of the Twitter Tuesday

Second Quarter: NBA/NHL

1) NBA scoreboard
2) NBA.com power rankings
3) NHL scoreboard
4) Oops

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1) I’m sure Nebraska fans will disagree but USA Today wrote about the Creighton Bluejays 
2) The Missouri Valley Conference got treated poorly by CBS on Sunday by Bryan Burwell
3) SI.com’s One on One
4) Jerry Palm’s Bracketology

Fourth Quarter: MLB

1) WBC scoreboard
2) Team USA has a new set of challenges in round two of the WBC
3) Royals daily Q&A with Bob Dutton 
4) The other half of the WBC

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2013 Posts: 79

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