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Fall Report: Auburn
Fresh off a postseason appearance, Butch Thompson’s Auburn Tigers hope to impress yet again, with a nice blend of returning vets and talented newcomers.
Fall Report: South Carolina
Cody Morris is one of several exciting power arms that need to take on big roles for South Carolina, which has the talent to make noise in Mark Kingston’s debut.
Fall Report: Tennessee
Tony Vitello is optimistic that his Volunteers have the talent to compete in the SEC in 2018. He’s determined to get them to believe it for themselves.
Fall Report: Ole Miss
If sophomores like Thomas Dillard jump forward as Ole Miss expects, the Rebels have the depth and talent to be a top-10 club in 2018.
Looking Back: LSU’s Bregman Leaves Mark
Alex Bregman’s college career at LSU ended without a national title, but he left a lasting mark on the Tigers program.
Fall Report: Vanderbilt
Shortstop Connor Kaiser is one of several juniors Vanderbilt will count upon to lead the way this spring, but a loaded freshman class provides reinforcements.
Fall Report: Kentucky
Nick Mingione has built a unique culture in short order at Kentucky, which has serious momentum and loads of talent heading into his second year at the helm.
Fall Report: Missouri
Missouri’s Trey Harris and others are having strong falls and hope to take the program to the next level.
Top 100 Program Rankings: 11-20
Mississippi State is one of several premier programs in the 11-20 range of our Top 100 Rankings.
Top 100 Program Rankings: 51-60
Michigan continues to make major strides and headlines our Top 100 College Programs in the 51-60 range.
Top 100 Program Rankings: 81-90
Liberty’s streak of 13 consecutive 30-plus-win seasons keeps it safely as a Top 100 program. Who else lands in the 81-90 range?
Dust Finally Settles For Alabama
After an ugly split, Greg Goff found unlikely happiness, while Brad Bohannon (p) aims to turn around Alabama.
Draft Signing Deadline Takeaways
The situation surrounding Oregon State’s Drew Rasmussen and his status remains up in the air, while plenty of other interesting happenings occurred at the signing deadline.
LSU’s Seventh Not Meant To Be
LSU had a strong group of players who returned and vowed to win a national title. That group fell just short, but doesn’t diminish what was an incredible run.
Coaching Buzz Notebook: June 27
While the CWS is coming to an end, the searches at South Carolina and California, along with several assistant coach searches, are heating up. It’s time to get the scoop.
LSU Battles, But Singer Holds Serve
Brady Singer set a CWS Finals record with 12 strikeouts to lead Florida to a 4-3 win against LSU. But both teams are now set up as hoped for the rest of the series.
LSU vs. Florida: What’s Different This Time?
LSU and Florida played a three-game series earlier this season and we were there. What’s different about these two teams since that point?
CWS Finals Breakdown
Kevin O’Sullivan’s Florida Gators will take on Paul Mainieri’s LSU Tigers in a star-studded CWS Finals. Who has the edge? Let’s break it down.
Offensive Stars Break Out For TCU
Austen Wade (pictured) and Evan Skoug got their bats going and breathed life into the TCU offense in a 9-2 win against Florida.
LSU’s Lange Adds To Legend Status
LSU righthander Alex Lange did what he usually does — he pitched an absolute gem in a big game as the Tigers stayed alive with a win over Oregon State.
Legend From Lutcher Keeps LSU Alive
Jared Poche put LSU on his shoulders once again as he became the winningest pitcher in school history in an elimination game victory over Florida State.
Louisville’s X-Factors Rise Up Against A&M
Louisville has some impressive versatility and playmakers, and one of its X-factors, Sam Bordner, rose to the occasion in a win over Texas A&M.
2017 College World Series Breakdown
The stage is set in Omaha as the College World Series is set to get underway with a star-studded field. Our Aaron Fitt and Kendall Rogers grade out each team.
Improbable Aggies Headed To Omaha
Texas A&M endured a painful end to the season in the super regional round the last two seasons, but finally had a little luck on their side this go-round.
At 54-4, The O-State Ballaz Return
Oregon State was victorious in Corvallis and advanced to the College World Series, as Eric Sorenson takes a look at the Beavers’ triumph over Vandy.
Hill’s Gem Overshadowed By Craziness
Brigham Hill carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning, but then the sheer craziness began in College Station, setting the stage for yet another wild finish.