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The UCLA Bruins got the No. 1 national seed. Of course, the No. 1 overall seed hasn't won the big brass ring since 1999.


Sorenson: Committee Choices Leave Something To Be Desired


College baseball certainly took a step back on Monday. 

It was a menagerie of bad decisions and poor placements that riddled today’s NCAA Tournament announcement by the selection committee. I’ve admittedly been a little harsher than most on the committee in years past – no Utah Valley in 2012 despite 47 wins, no West Regionals at all in 2016, Clemson getting a 1-seed over Vanderbilt last year, etc. – but this year it’s hard to sit back and assume they did their best. 

Quite the opposite. They didn’t seem to try that hard to make a sensible and[…]