IRVINE, Calif.—The UC Irvine-Virginia game started about four hours later than the Texas-Boston College game, but this game is over at Anteater Ballpark, and the Eagles and Longhorns are still going in the bottom of the 24th inning. I promise you, I will have a blog post later tonight with actual insights on Virginia’s 5-0 win, but it’s hard not to be mesmerized by the proceedings in Austin. Sadly, I’m going to have to put aside my video feed to attend the post-game press conference here. I’m sure the Texas-BC game will be waiting for me when I get back . . .
By the way, that is now the longest game in NCAA baseball history, postseason or otherwise. The previous record was a 23-inning contest between Louisiana-Lafayette and McNeese State on March 27, 1971.
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