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Lineups & Pregame

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One note on today’s lineups, with Florida State designated as the home team; as expected, Stanford rolls out its righthanded-platoon hitters in the outfield corners. That means Toby Gerhart, who […]

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Day One Predictions

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I love the smell of Omaha in the morning. Just nothing like waking up in Omaha on Game Day during the College World Series. If you can’t tell we’re excited, […]

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The More Things Change . . .

Aaron Fitt -

OMAHA–Rosenblatt Stadium’s Hall of Fame room was a little more colorful than usual at the NCAA’s "State of the Game" press conference on Friday afternoon. The walls were still covered […]

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Back Home In Omaha

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OMAHA–The first post on the Rosenblog every year probably has the same headline, but it’s never felt as good to be back home in Omaha as it does this year. […]

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UCF Hires Rooney

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More and more of college baseball’s most talented assistant coaches are getting their cracks at head coaching gigs. With the success that Kevin O’Sullivan and Jim Toman had in their […]

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Crazy Eight

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The 2008 College World Series has a little something for everybody. If you’re a college baseball history buff, longtime powers Florida State, Stanford, Miami and Louisiana State should stir up […]

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College Top 25: June 10

It was another great weekend for the ACC front-runners, as all three of the conference's powers won their respective Super Regionals and advanced to Omaha. Accordingly, there's little movement at the top of Baseball America's Top 25 rankings, where the top three teams remain the same, led by No. 1 Miami. The Hurricanes dropped their opener against Arizona but rallied to win the final two games of the weekend.

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LSU, Fresno State Advance

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What a wild finish to super-regional weekend. In Baton Rouge, Louisiana State buried UC Irvine 21-7 to reach Omaha for the first time since 2004. But Fresno State stole the […]

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