South Carolina began its second consecutive season by hanging a championship banner. This year the Gamecocks' title defense includes several new faces.
Based on history, South Carolina is in very position to win its second straight College World Series title.
Jeff Sackmann of College Splits breaks down the College World Series final between South Carolina and Florida. In a perfect world, the Gamecocks would be slight favorites, but the Gators' fresh pitching staff gives them the edge.
If torrential downpours and walk-off home runs weren't enough, the 2011 College World Series has offered drama and personality.
Jeff Sackmann of College Splits does a full projection of the College World Series.
Ryan McGee looks at all eight super regionals and ranks them based on quality and star power.
Jeff Sackmann previews the super regional matchup between Stanford and UNC.
Using his College Splits power rankings, Jeff Sackmann projects the entire 64-team college baseball tournament.
Using the College Splits power rankings, Jeff Sackmann breaks down the No. 1 seeds that will have the hardest time advancing to the super regionals.
Amazingly, an ACC team hasn't won the College World Series since 1955. Ryan McGee wonders if this is finally the year that drought will come to an end.
The Texas Longhorns are again one of college baseball's best, and as Will Kimmey writes, they have a group of unheralded freshmen to thank for their success.
Jeff Sackmann of College Splits examines several college baseball teams that likely won't be hosting a regional for the NCAA tournament, even though they have the requisite resume.
Jeff Sackmann of College Splits explains why the Texas Longhorns' defense will carry them a log way this postseason.
Jeff Sackmann of College Splits explains why UCLA's Trevor Bauer has been the most valuable player in college baseball this season.
Oregon State has been plagued by numerous injuries. But as Will Kimmey writes, the Beavers' singular focus on winning has kept them on track for Omaha.
Jeff Sackmann of College Splits examines why the Virginia Cavaliers are the best team in college baseball right now.