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Rogers Rewind: Week Two
This week’s rewind takes an in-depth look at five things that caught my attention, takeaways on Miami-Florida and national nuggets.
Miami Looks The Part Against UF
Alex Toral continued his power surge, Evan McKendry dealt on the mound and the Hurricanes looked like a different club in a win over Florida.
D1 Digest: Saturday, Feb. 16
Gabe Holt and Texas Tech stormed back to even their series against Oregon, one of the headlines from our look back at Saturday’s action.
2019 Conference Previews: ACC
The ACC race should be as competitive as ever, with 10 legitimate postseason contenders heading into 2019, and four others that hope to surprise. Find out how they all stack up.
Fall Report: Miami
Evan McKendry and Miami are hungry to get back to the postseason after a two-year drought. Walter Villa recaps the first fall of Gino DiMare’s tenure.
2020 College Prospects: Watch List 1.0
Earlier this week, we released our very early 2020 College Top 50 Prospects. Now, we take an inside look at prospects to watch who narrowly missed the cut.
NC Notebook: ECU Playing Inspired
Lefty Ryan Ross had a big weekend for East Carolina, which impressed in all phases in a sweep of Maryland. Aaron Fitt’s weekend notebook also has tidbits on Maryland, Miami and Louisville.
ACC Opening Weekend Storylines
Adam Wolf and Louisville host North Carolina in the marquee series of ACC opening weekend. Aaron Fitt breaks down the top storylines to watch opening weekend.
Miami Embraces Youth Movement
Raymond Gil, Freddy Zamora, Willy Escala and Alex Toral — the self-proclaimed “Spanish Mafia” — form an exciting all-freshman infield for Miami.
Power Rankings: First Base
Clemson’s Seth Beer tops our ranking of the best first basemen in college baseball heading into 2018.
2018 Conference Previews: ACC
First-team preseason All-American Seth Beer is back to lead powerful Clemson, one of numerous very talented teams who should jockey for position in the loaded ACC.
2017 Recruiting Class Rankings: 6-15
As we look ahead to the 2018 season, we examine the top 25 classes of newcomers in the nation continuing with numbers 6-15.