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2014 NCAA Baseball College World Series: The Road To Omaha Features Newcomers to The CWS And Plenty Of Lonestar State Pride

2014 NCAA Baseball College World Series: The Road To Omaha Features Newcomers to The CWS And Plenty Of Lonestar State Pride

Hyped by on June 10, 2014 Website: www.bostonsuperblog.com

The 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament has been anything but predictable on The Road To Omaha, with five of the eight national seeds failing to make it out of the Regional Round. More upsets during this past weekend’s Super Regional Round makes for an interesting final eight teams who will make the trek to Omaha to compete in a double-elimination tournament at TD Ameritrade Park beginning on Saturday. The SEC can still boast the fact that is was able to send two teams to Omaha, although they were likely not the first two that people would have predicted entering the field of 64. The Florida Gators, LSU Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks not only did not make it to the 2014 CWS in Omaha, but were not even able to make it out of the first round. That was not the case for the Vanderbilt Commodores and Ole Miss Rebels, who were able to advance in three games. Still, while two teams will represent the SEC, three will be present from the Lonestar State of Texas, with all of them coming from the Big 12 conference. The Texas Longhorns, who have more CWS appearances than the other seven teams combined, will be joined by the TCU Horned Frogs and the Texas Tech Red Raiders.

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