ESPN has unveiled its complete regular-season college baseball schedule for this spring, and while it doesn’t approach the 29-game bonanza that ESPN televised during the NHL labor dispute in 2005, there are a few chances to see college baseball before the postseason, especially if you’re one of the fortunate few with ESPNU. The entire family of ESPN networks will broadcast five games this spring, and four of them will be on ESPNU, starting with this Sunday’s UNC Asheville-Winthrop tilt. The centerpiece of the schedule is the South Carolina-Florida game on Easter Sunday, which will be televised on ESPN at 1 p.m. If that game doesn’t tickle your fancy, the Bethune-Cookman-North Carolina A&T game will air at the same time on ESPNU. The other two ESPNU games are Texas-Nebraska on April 22 and Texas-Oklahoma State on April 27.
Much of the Top 25 is in action today, with a number of really good games highlighting the schedule. No. 8 Rice travels to No. 9 Texas, Texas Christian visits No. 18 Texas A&M, No. 21 Mississippi takes on Southern Mississippi in Pearl, Miss., No. 15 Coastal Carolina visits College of Charleston, and San Diego State visits cross-town rival and 20th-ranked San Diego. Should be a fun day.