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October 21st, 2010-  By Bryan Cross The No.1 Oregon Ducks will host Pac-10 rival UCLA on Thursday night in prime time, playing for the first time ever as the top-ranked team in the country.  The Ducks were voted No.1 in both the Associated Press and USA Today Coaches poll, becoming the 43rd No.1 team in […]

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June 30, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell The South Carolina Gamecocks overcame tough odds to win the 2010 College World Series over UCLA.  The Bruins were the betting favorite in the first two games, but couldn’t overcome good pitching to take the series from the Gamecocks. It has been a long two weeks in Omaha for […]

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June 29, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell The South Carolina Gamecocks are one win away from earning their first College World Series title over the UCLA Bruins.  Blake Cooper was coming off three day’s rest when he took the mound Monday night.  He turned in a fine one-run pitching performance. Cooper pitched eight innings despite the […]

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June 22, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell After a stellar performance from their No. 2 starter Trevor Baur, Gerrit Cole followed up with an equally dominant pitching performance over the TCU Horned Frogs in a 6-3 victory for UCLA Monday night. Cole went eight innings, striking out 13, and walking two.  He didn’t allow any runs […]

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June 20, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell The first game for the UCLA Bruins at the 2010 College World Series couldn’t have gone any better.  Their bats came alive, and they got an equally dominant pitching performance against the Florida Gators.  Before the game, No. 1 starter Gerrit Cole was scratched for No. 2 Trevor Baur, […]

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June 1st, 2010-  By Bryan Cross The Arizona State Sun Devils have been rewarded with the top overall seed in the 2010 NCAA Men’s Baseball Tournament by virtue of their 47-8 record and Pac-10 conference championship. To the selection committee, their was really no other choice. “They really didn’t make very many mistakes throughout the […]

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March 11th, 2010 – By Bryan Cross While College football believes that no playoff is necessary to determine a true national champion, college basketball believes that 65 teams might not be enough. The NCAA has been in discussion of whether to expand the 64-team field in the NCAA basketball tournament to 96. Dan Guerrero, director […]

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